Hardback in as new condition. When a Buddhist-practicing Jew begins searching for his Jewish roots, he develops an ongoing correspondence with esteemed educator, Rabbi Akiva Tatz. This book is the collection of their fascinating, immensely informative correspondence, beginning from the first, tentative, opening letter, through some lofty, soul-searching conclusions. Topics explored include: silence, simplicity and complexity, ego and obedience, belief, idolatry, obligation--ancient and modern, and so many more. An intellectually stimulating, intensely fascinating book full of extremely thought-provoking questions--and brilliant answers.