The Queen of England, in response to a request for life advice, commented, “If I had to give only one piece of advice, it would be to invest in human connections. There is nothing more important in life than connecting with other people, and I think the last year or so has made that very clear.” Recent global events have necessitated rethinking so many aspects of our lives. It is time to reimagine how to better connect with the significant people around us as well.
The intelligent, honest, and sincere voice of my dear friend Rabbi Dovid M. Cohen pierces through the cloudy confusion of our times. Study and savor this marvelous work on better understanding the human condition.
Rabbi Moshe Weinberger, Congregation Aish Kodesh, Woodmere, NY
This book brings [the author’s] rich spiritual diversity to the fore as he shares his thoughts on the complex times in which we live, with the purpose of bringing people closer together.
Rabbi Yehoshua Hartman, Rosh Beis HaMedrash, Hasmonean, London
[C]reative insight, clarity of thought, penetrating understanding, and heartfelt writing on the relationships of today.
M. Gary Neuman, world-renowned psychotherapist, New York Times bestselling author
Rabbi Dovid M. Cohen is a dynamic Torah personality who has been referred to as the “Renaissance Rabbi.”
Rabbi Cohen graduated from Columbia Law School and holds a master’s degree in family therapy from the University of North Texas. He has done course work at the Columbia Business School, Yad Vashem, and the Tikvah Fund. He has also learned under some of the great Torah luminaries of this generation.
Rabbi Cohen is the author of the book We’re Almost There: Living with Patience, Perseverance, and Purpose, published by Mosaica Press in 2016, presenting a pathway for confronting challenges. He is the host of the Jewish Philanthropy Podcast (JPP), with thousands of listeners, and a skilled fundraiser as a Senior Relationship Officer at the Orthodox Union.
He has served eighteen years in the pulpit rabbinate, in Manhattan, the Five Towns area of New York, and, early in his career, in New Jersey. He is a sought-after speaker around the world and is comfortable with all types of audiences. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.