The Journey Within: Two Months on Kibbutz

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iUniverse, Aug 1, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 276 pages
In the summer of 2000, Todd B. Natenberg, a 30-year-old resident of Chicago, quit his job as a sales manager and sales trainer for a telecommunications company, started his own sales training company, sold his house and finalized a second divorce. But before embarking on his new career and his new life, he took the adventure of all adventures: volunteering on an Israeli kibbutz.

By venturing to the most contentious of places and submersing himself in one of the world’s oldest and richest cultures – his heritage – Todd teaches us the only true fulfillment in life comes from connection with others. “When we share and have shared with us, emotional, physical and spiritual aspects of our very beings, nothing gives the soul greater nourishment,” Todd says.

As time has passed and the Middle East is more war-torn at the time of this book’s publication than ever before, Todd’s story also is an insight into a world that no longer exists, a time that is no more.

The Journey Within: Two Months on Kibbutz is for anyone who has ever questioned the meaning of life, but never had the courage to do anything about it.

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