What does it mean to be a Jewish man? Fifty years ago the answer was obvious, and the question unnecessary. Today, however, when women assume so many of the roles formerly reserved for men, and when men take on many traits formerly associated with women, how do we answer the question? The varied personal reflections included in this book represent individual voices responding to a communal change. Included are the voices of businessmen and artists, Jewish professionals and those struggling to understand their relationship to Judaism. This collection provides a thoughtful and thought-provoking snapshot of how Jewish mens' lives and souls are evolving in the present moment.