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Rabbi Nilton Bonder was born in Brazil and ordained at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York. He leads workshops on spirituality in management for such corporations as IBM, the Brazilian Oil Company, and the Federation of Industries of Sao Paulo. Rabbi Bonder is known in Brazil as the Green Rabbi for his activism in environmental causes. He also serves as president of the Institute for Religious Studies, the largest forum for civil rights activities in Latin America. Rabbi Bonder is the author of eight books, several of them best-sellers in Brazil.
"A work of depth that requires contemplative reading and rereading. Bonder demonstrates great creativity in bridging ideas that are abstract and practical, religious and secular, traditional and modern."-- Jewish Week "One of the best books available on the ethical challenges of living in a material world. . . . Fresh perspectives on the meaning of wealth, poverty, ownership, charity, competition, loans, fair exchange, tips and presents."-- Body Mind Spirit "Bonder explodes the stereotypes about Jews and money and encourages Jews to examine their traditional teachings to discover ways that economic behavior and personal responsibility are intertwined. . . . Bonder's book is filled with penetrating insights derived from the simple recollection that, in Judaism, teachings about money have always been about more than just money."--Publishers Weekly Religion Bookline "Compelling and innovative."--Edgar M. Bronfman, President, World Jewish Congress "Bonder frees money from the taint of filthy lucre and points to its uses in the growth and enhancement of souls in the marketplace."--Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, author of From Aging to Sage-ing