Search for Sprituality (5:2 winter 2007)

From the editor’s introduction:

The idea that we as individuals have three relationships to develop in this world in order to be good Jews (person to God, person to person, and person to self) is a powerful one. Zelig Pliskin’s book Gateway to Happiness, paraphrases a passage from the Alai Shur that mentions the three relationships in a way that has become a spiritual compass for me over the years. “A person who has mastered peace of mind has gained everything. To obtain peace of mind you need to be at peace with the people in your environment. You need to be at peace with yourself – your emotions and desires. Furthermore, you need to be at peace with your Creator.”

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