“We can face any future without fear,” says Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, “so long as we know we will not face it alone.” The philosopher, author and former chief rabbi of the United Kingdom and Commonwealth eloquently presents a poignant remedy for extremism, xenophobia and social alienation in America and the West. getAbstract recommends this lecture for its moving oration and wisdom and its sterling example of thought leadership.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why Westerners are allowing fear and anxiety to rule their response to change,
- How widespread self-obsession is leaving people vulnerable and afraid, and
- Which three actions will build your courage and tolerance.
About the Speaker
Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks is the former chief rabbi of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth.
Comment on this summary
12 months agoWhat a wise man! Great speech.
12 months agoWonderful
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