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Written by: Dovid Lieberman
Published by: Feldheim
Drawn from classic sources, How Free Will Works explores the elegant relationship between Divine providence and free will — and illuminates the connections among themes such as: miracles, mazal, happiness, cause and effect, Heavenly decree, nature, success, tikun, self-esteem, destiny, teshuvah, prayer, mental illness, anxiety, mitzvos, emunah and bitachon, suffering, fear, pleasure, anger, and will power.
How Free Will Works sheds fascinating light on the cosmic network of interlacing forces that operate in creation — such as Divine providence, mazal, and prayer — and reveals the power and parameters assigned to each.
More valuable still, this groundbreaking achievement explains how free will intersects with, and impacts on, these forces — which give us the practical and near-magical ability to maximize opportunities,sidestep unnecessary hardship and heartache, and transform our emotional, spiritual, and physical health.
As the dazzling design and sweeping influence of free will emerges, we move in a world that offers us a different experience. and it will become increasingly difficult — if not inconceivable — for us to ignore the one truth that will become so patently obvious: we control the quality of our lives.
This book addresses the topic of free will in a very clear manner . .. and based on Chazal, Dr. Lieberman offers practical skills and strategies to help us to grow and realize our full potential . ... We live in trying times, and a book such as this helps us to appreciate the tools that HaKodesh Baruch Hu gave us with which to meet these challenges.
-HaRav Shmuel Kamenetsky, shlit'a
About the author:
David Lieberman, Ph.D., is a noted speaker and award-winning author with a renowned insight into the human condition. His ten books, which have been translated into 26 languages and include two New York Times bestsellers, have sold more than three million copies worldwide. Blending the wisdom of Torah with the psychological process, Dr. Lieberman's writings and lectures captivate both scholar and layman alike, and are enjoyed by people at all levels and from all backgrounds.