Rabbi Michael Haber has a gift, and he is generous enough to share it with us. He recalls the famous cartoon character who goes running off a cliff and keeps on running on air - until he makes the mistake of looking down. He realizes what he's done, and falls into oblivion. What would Rabbi Haber do? Keep running, that's what! Because he knows that people can often do the impossible, if no one tells them it can't be done.
This little book is chock-full of precious observations, each prefaced with a story, and fleshed out with astute and witty quotes and comments applied to everyday life. To read Don't Look Down is to enjoy a wealth of short selections that are rich in stimulating content. If there is one common denominator, it is this: life can be sweeter than we ever thought possible - and a lot more rewarding, too.