Rabbi J. Gordon
This is the story of a man in search of his future.
It includes stories about living, loving, and definitely a lot about learning.
It replays songs of courage and tales of triumph, echoes of blissful passion and cries of endless yearning, joyful shouts of love and tributes to inevitable loss.
But mostly, this is a story about four solitary principles:
truth, beauty, freedom -- and eventually, love.