FJC Reads: A Congregation-Wide Discussion of Jane Goodall and Doug Abram’s “The Book of Hope: A Survival Guide for Trying Times”
This virtual event is open to members only.
Thursday, March 3
“I don’t feel there could have been a more timely moment for this book to be coming into our lives… it’s the book we’ve been waiting for. It’s the book we’ve been hoping for.”
―Jay Shetty, On Purpose Purpose
“Despite the many issues of our collective culture, The Book of Hope is a perfect example of how we can still dream and create a better world. It’s an amazing book that takes you on an extraordinary journey, and once you read it, you too will experience the many profound reasons for hope.”
“…An informative road map of ideas for ways in which every person may help bring about positive change in the world.”
So much is unsettled and uncertain these days, but one thing is for sure — we do, indeed, live in trying times. Let’s gather to conversation, fueled by personal experience, Jewish teachings and the insights gleaned from Jane Goodall in her conversation with Douglas Abrams.