Naomi Levy is a master of stepping over the roadblocks of convention. She was one of the first female graduates of The Jewish Theological Seminary’s rabbinical school, and then went on found Nashuva, a spiritual outreach community for people interested in a non-traditional alternative for practicing the Jewish faith. Then Naomi set her sights on becoming an author. After hearing a rapid succession of “no’s,” Naomi snagged one of the top literary agents in the world and went on to publish four books. Her latest—Einstein and the Rabbi—aims to help us find our souls, live a meaningful life, and feel a sense of unity in the world.