In "100 Suggestions for Seekers and Spiritual Activists," poet and rabbi Joshua Bolton provides us with a list of actions to take to potentially and hopefully make our world better. This list is at once breathtaking and brave, as it is vulnerable and searching towards a morality of the everyday, where seeking out the answers is always the better choice than having them. It is a must-read, especially today, where we might seriously question the levels of humanity we are bringing to decisions affecting people at both the individual and societal levels. It is a reminder to always be kind, that kindness is the holy salve to a world which has exhausted itself with knowing.
Rabbi Joshua Bolton's One Hundred Suggestions for Seekers and Spiritual Activists is a new type of Jewish roadmap for the Millennial generation. Written by a leading innovative educator from the Hillel movement, One Hundred Suggestions is a search for meaning through the landscapes of social media, social justice, and the social pressures of success and self-actualization.
Rabbi Joshua Bolton is Director and Senior Jewish Educator for the Jewish Renaissance Project at Penn Hillel. A graduate of the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, "Rabbi Josh" also holds an advanced degree from The MFA for Poets and Writers at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.