Why Can't We Be Good?
Jacob Needleman asks one of mankind's most challenging questions: Why do our actions so often violate our beliefs? In addition to searching the world's great spiritual traditions, he draws on nearly forty years of weighing humanity's deepest dilemmas, working in settings ranging from university and high school classrooms to corporate offices and hospitals. Far from being an abstract philosophical treatise, the book is an extended meditation on how to approach an ethical life.
JACOB NEEDLEMAN Why Can't We Be Good?
New York: Tarcher/Penguin, 2007
Hardcover, 285 pages