Eight Paths of Purpose
Explore the ‘operating system’ which guides your life purpose.
Did you ever wonder how to connect to feeling a purpose in life with clarity and confidence? What is the difference between fulfilling ‘a’ purpose and fulfilling ‘your’ unique purpose? Why is it that humans are the only living beings that have to guess what their purpose is? Where do you look for answers about purpose, who can you trust, and how do you stay on track?
The topic of Purpose is gaining popularity, but it remains somewhat of a mystery. It needs brave thinking which delves into the topic from a fresh perspective. It needs a book with new and thought-provoking ideas. Eight Paths of Purpose is an introduction to this exciting topic. It explores the ‘operating system’ which guides and drives a sense of purpose. You are now able to discover for yourself how this impacts your life.
Whatever your nationality, religion, belief system, age, or political leaning may be, the tools in this book will help you fulfill your purpose to a greater degree. The book does not define your individual purpose; it simply provides a general overview of how purpose ‘thinks’. It then provides eight solid paths to help you flourish and stay focused - even when you face serious challenges in life.
A sense of purpose is the birthright of every person. Understanding how it ‘works’ can help you better align with your core purpose and achieve deeper happiness and fulfillment in your daily life. Isn’t it time to figure this out once and for all?
An Interview with Rabbi Teldon about "Eight Paths of Purpose"
Tuvia Teldon grew up in Staten Island, New York and graduated high school in St. Louis, Missouri. He received his rabbinical ordination from the Central Chabad Rabbinical College in Brooklyn soon after marrying Chaya Leet, who hails from Detroit, Michigan. They moved to Long Island in 1977 to establish the regional headquarters for the International Chabad-Lubavitch Movement and help build the Jewish community.
Rabbi Teldon now serves as the executive director for the 34 Chabad centers in Long Island, with a staff of 54 full-time rabbis and their wives. He is also rabbi emeritus of the Chabad Jewish Center of Mid-Suffolk and a former member of the East Long Island cabinet for UJA-Federation. He serves on a number of international committees for the worldwide Lubavitch Movement in Brooklyn. He also hosts a weekly interview show on Altice Cable throughout Long Island.
He and his wife, Chaya, a well-known global speaker on Jewish topics and a one-time special guest on The Oprah Show, live in Commack, Long Island. Their family now includes five adult children, their spouses, and a growing tree of grandchildren.