I did not know what to do. The book describes the character of the first Zionist, Rabbi Yaakov Meir, who was famous not only as a wise student and judge, but also as a leader and a man of good deeds. When the Chief Rabbinate of the Land of Israel was established, he was chosen for the position of Sephardic Chief Rabbi, next to Rabbi Abraham Yitzchak the priest Kook. In every public position he held, he always worked with dedication and tirelessly to do good to his flock. What was Rabbi Meir forced to throw into the sea? Why were many babies born in Bukhara named Jacob? Why did the boxes that were lying at the end of the street move? How did Rabbi Meir save the Persian immigrants from being deported by the Turkish governor? Why did the rabbi and his friends destroy a large door that was locked with a heavy iron lock? How did water reach Jerusalem during the year of the famine? Why were the businesses closed and the students shut down in Thessaloniki? Why did Rabbi Meir refuse to meet with the king of Greece? What great miracle happened to the Jewish soldiers in the Greek army? And how did Rabbi Meir influence a deaf boy, the king of Greece, and a Jew who asked to open his shop on the Sabbath? Twenty-four stories, well crafted and beautifully illustrated, will meet you with a wondrous and fascinating character that will describe your world and the world of your children forever.