Two Worlds, One Chance

Little children are so curious.

They are always asking why this and why that. Why is the sky blue, and why is there sand on the beach? Why, why, why?

Isn't it sad that when we grow up we stop asking questions? It isn't so much that we know all the answers. It's more that we lose hope that there are any. In truth, some why questions aren't that important - and others don't seem to have answers we can understand. However, the one why that a thinking, intelligent human being can never stop asking is, Why am I here?

We go about life with plans and goals: I will live here. Get that job. Marry that sort of person. We have it all worked out. Yet, why do it? Forget philosophy, forget religion; one simple vital question demands an answer: What am I doing here; why was I created?

In Two Worlds, One Chance, a fascinating story and a unique dialogue between a teacher and a (former) student, famed educator Rabbi Ben Tzion Shafier, of TheShmuz.com, helps us understand what life is really about.

This book was originally released as The Torah Lifestyle

About the Author:

Rabbi Ben Tzion Shafier is the founder and director of the famous website TheShmuz.com, with hundreds of free shmuzin downloaded regularly by tens of thousands of men and women around the world. He is the author of the bestselling Stop Surviving, Start Living; Finding and Keeping Your Soulmate; The Torah Lifestyle; and Two Minutes to Bitachon.

"The Shmuz" itself is a forty-five-minute weekly shiur that has been loved around the globe for over ten years. Rabbi Shafier's cutting-edge Torah content is available through live webinars, videos, articles, and more.

Rabbi Shafier lives in Monsey, New York, with his wife and family.

More Information
Dimensions6X9
ISBN9781946351401
PublisherMosaica Press
Number of pages203
Item #7640
Binding typeHard Cover
Weight1.2800 lbs.
Giftcards TypeNo
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