Great Wall of China

When a Fortune Cookie isn’t Enough: Three Models for Making Tough Decisions

Jewish Week Online Columnist


An hour after I got home from a month-long business trip to China last fall, I was hungry again – hungry to go back. Last year, I hankered for the excitement of living alone abroad, for the challenge of communicating in a new language, and for the autonomy of having nobody else’s opinion to consider in making my decisions. (Of course, it’s cold comfort to have complete control of the remote when there’s nothing on television in English).

Deborah Grayson Riegel
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