In recent years we have witnessed an influx of books and content that confront the postmodern from different sides. They warn of the destruction it causes to the values ??of religion, family, nationalism and human normality. The negation of postmodern culture and messages, it still does not offer a revised alternative. Furthermore, negation mostly does not answer the mental root that gave birth to the monster. It expresses opposition to the current phenomena, but usually does not find out where these phenomena came from, and what internal need they came to answer. When you get down to the root of the matter, it becomes clear that the 'post' phenomenon itself is indeed negative, but it overshadows a mental need for belonging and existence. When this need is not met, it becomes a black hole that swallows everything. (from the book) The 21st century invites new challenges for the person of faith. These challenges require an existential response, which touches on the points that occupy the mind. This book was written out of faith in the power of Judaism to give the relevant answer. In fluid language, contemporary and connected to today's cultural reality, Rabbi Hagai Lundin paves the way to find G-d even in the present age - in making decisions, in dealing with anger or urges, in social gatherings and even while eating, listening to music or watching a stand-up show. After the success of the previous book, 12 Faith Challenges in the 21st Century, Rabbi Lundin continues to give a renewed perspective on other challenges in our lives, from the inner world of Judaism. Rabbi Hagai Lundin, head of the Hesder Yeshiva Holon, is one of the most prominent rabbis today in the field of explaining Judaism, a rabbi in yeshiva and academic settings, a lecturer on Judaism throughout the country and one of the heads of the lecturers' organization "Kahalim". He has so far published over 20 books on faith, the human soul and the Rabbi's teachings Cook. Known for his ability to make the concepts of Judaism accessible to the language of the twenty-first century. Front flap Rabbi Hagi Lundin head of the Hesder Yeshiva in Holon and head of the Sderot Yeshiva, Meir Institute and Machinat Otsam; Head of the Beit Midrash at the Ono Academic College; Lecturer at Bar Ilan Higher Torah Midrash and Tal Institute; The content manager of the Meir channel. Among his books: Rabbi Kook's Annotated Series; Eyan Aruch Yehudus; Haggadah of the Soul; On Harmony, Vegetarianism and Peace; Core Essays in Rabbi Kook's Mishnat and more. Back flap "Father was a happy man. For ninety years Dad lived in a world of pure happiness. Never, not even once, did he aspire to something he did not have, nor did he strive for something he had. He walked straight as God did. The concepts of 'stress', 'shock' or 'nerves' never touched him. His world was rich, complete and peaceful".