There are ample opportunities to approach the year from a place of inquiry and curiosity: How can I reconsider my actions and practices in order to engrain the reminder that there is a greater purpose to the world, especially if we look through a lens of Jewish values and spiritual potential?
Rabbi Jessy Dressin (she/her), Senior Director of Jewish Education
In the last week our organization has shifted our focus to consider how we can mobilize Jews and our neighbors to take action to repair the world under our new, mostly virtual, circumstances.
Cindy Greenberg (she/her), CEO of Repair the World
I began to think about how I would still host my family for seder. What would I need to create in order for my family, spanning ages 6 months to 75 years and three thousands miles, to come together virtually?
Rabbi Jessy Dressin (she/her)
Before any of the service projects we did in the Bahamas we would learn about the need our service met, where the need came from in the first place, and how it related to the Jewish value of tikkun olam, Repairing the World.
Jon Cohen (he/him), Former NYC Fellow and Miami Program Director