Guest: Rabbi Yonason Goldson
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Rabbi Yonason Goldson, a talmudic scholar and radio personality, is a former hitchhiker, circumnavigator, and newspaper columnist who lives with his wife in St. Louis, Missouri.
His new book is Proverbial Beauty: Secrets for Success and Happiness from the Wisdom of the Ages, a marriage of King Solomon’s proverbs with the mysterious beauty of the Mona Lisa, is filled with discovery, insight, and inspiration.
He has authored four books and hundreds of articles on contemporary issues, current events, inspiration, education, childraising, history, philosophy, spirituality, personal growth, and self-awareness. Visit him at http://yonasongoldson.com.
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[5:07] What Solomon is warning us about
[7:40] Thoughts on congestion pricing and how what Solomon says we should use our eyes can solve problems like that
[12:05] The Rabbi’s take on Hillary Clinton’s Presidential run and what it means that the scandals she’s involved in don’t seem to mean anything