We are, it turns out, our brother’s — and sister’s — keeper.
The decisions we make today will reverberate in the years to come and have the potential to create a feedback loop of transformation and growth.
People who rarely engaged with Chabad are expressing a need to connect with others and, also, with the deeper, spiritual part of themselves.
I worry now more than ever about bubbles; the ways we are self-selecting our communities in ways that only amplify our own views and preferences.
Our core values of individual responsibility to G-d, of building family and community, of just laws and free civil society, those will not change.
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