on July 6, 2007
I have all of Rabbi Apisdorf's works on my bookshelf, but this one is especially meaningful for me. The book encourages the development of existential intelligence, which represents the uniquely human ability to contemplate the meaning and the purpose of existence. Which of course includes the 4 big questions of life: Who Am I?, Where Am I?, Why Am I Here?, and Where Am I Going? If you do the exercises recommended in this book, you are nearly certain to stretch yourself and enhance your existential intelligence.