Judaism’s future today depends more than ever on whether it withdraws into the ghetto and leaves the world to its fate, or whether it has the will to continue the discussion in which the world is engaged.
Jewish wisdom consists in knowing what to do with what it knows
What does Judaism knows? Join a growing movement of people around the world who are learning from the experiences of the Jewish people and applying what they learn to live meaningful and responsible lives
What Does the future look like?
the tribe, the ethnicity, the community, the culture must not die, but assume a new course in order to thrive. Far from arguing that her people should join non- Jews in some mainstream view of reality, the future Jew argues that an end to the Jewish saga would be an incalculable loss to the world. The accomplishments of the Jewish people through the millennia add up to a great civilization. Civilizations, to survive, must periodically embark on new phases.
we must stop making a fetish of past suffering and focus on creating a Jewish future […] many Diaspora and Israeli Jews fear the future and use the past, not as an inspiration, but as an excuse not to deal with the future.
A nine courses program organized around : the accumulated experiences of the Jewish people; what they have learned from those lessons, and how they apply those lessons. Combined is what we call Judaism.
Reading the TaNaKh in the 21st Century
“The Bible is more famous than known,” noted Voltaire. Jewish textual illiteracy is one of the most inexcusable neglects a Jew can be responsible for. Our contemporary, short commentaries take care of it.
Young Sephardic Entrepreneurs Forum
Bringing together young entrepreneurs from across the country and the world. "Economic Recovery after Covid."
Ten days of learning, networking, pitching deals and socializing.
October 1- 10, 2021-So Florida. USA
Judaism is what the Jewish people learn through their experiences
Rabbi Moshe Pitchon
From questions of identity to confronting sectarianism, thinking Jewishly to reviewing the past, considering the present and looking to the future, rabbi Moshe Pitchon's webinars are refreshlying innovative and provocatively awakening
For thousands of years the Jewish wedding ceremony has been one of the most meaningful and emotive moments in starting two peoples lives together. We are producing 21st century ceremonies that combine new sensibilities with eternal messages."Your wedding, Your way," we are here to help and assist.
Sephardism is one of the Jewish attitudes to life. It is characterized by its optimism, enjoyment of life and dynamism The Meriane Albagli Geni Cassorla for Sephardic Development in the 21st Century looks at the future contributions of Sephardism with an array of different programs, scholarships and grants.
Without being next to those who need support, without being witness, without being the voice of those that have lost it, without tzedaka, there is no Judaism possible. Yes, there are unarguable core Jewish values.
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