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by Shmuley Boteach

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0615353355, Paperback)

International best-selling author and relationship expert, Rabbi Shmuley Boteach is pleased to announce that his latest book entitled: "Blessing of Enough: Rejecting Material Greed and Embracing Spiritual Hunger" is now available. This timely and important book addresses the American financial collapse and its cause, which is rooted in Greed. The book addresses our country's descent into feelings of inadequacy and material greed and the concomitant ailments of materialism, depression and existential emptiness. Rabbi Shmuley examines the spiritual root of America's chronic insatiability and offers philosophical and most importantly practicial ways in which to combat greed and lead a more holistic, spiritual and fulfilling life. This is a unique book, as it does not condemn the human need for expanision, but validates it. Rabbi Shmuley redefines human expansiveness as a way to create a meaningful life by spiritual ascendency over perpetual acquisition and meaningful relationships over competive one-upmanship.

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