Faith and Depression

A few years ago, there were hundreds of dot com millionaires. When the Internet bubble burst and the smoke cleared, few of those titans were left standing. Howard Jonas and his company, IDT, were among the few survivors, and IDT now ranks among the top players in the telecommunications field. Maybe it's got something to do with Jonas. His quirky personality is anything but average. He doesn't run IDT the way Wall Street wants him to. He does it his way, and his attitude toward business and life - strongly grounded in his traditional Jewish values - is refreshingly uncommon. ...exemplary in his pursuit for truth and ...his ability to adopt his findings into his own life. -- Morry Weiss, chairman of the American Greetings Corporation ...the book reads as the story of a Jew seeking to translate passionate memory into passionate purpose. -- Richard Joel, president, Yeshiva University An easy and entertaining read, this book is a must for people of all faiths! -- Eric Cantor, Deputy Majority Whip, U.S. Congress (R-Virginia) An extraordinary baring of Howard Jonas' soul. Thoughtful, insightful, moving. A great read! --Shelley Berkley, Representative, U.S. Congress (D-Nevada) This book is an entertaining, enlightening, occasionally intense first-person glimpse at Howard's take on life. Look at the world through his eyes and you're guaranteed to see things differently. For readers who enjoyed: Trump: The Art of the Deal (9780345479174), The Warren Buffett Way (9780471743675), Rich Dad, Poor Dad (9780446567404), God in the Marketplace (9780805446883)