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From King Solomon to Einstein, exploring the meaning of some of the best Jewish quotes. Inspiration from authors who also happen to be Members of the Tribe, in honor of Jewish Book Month. We combed Jewish sources texts for these 7 inspirational aphorisms from the Torah about Jewish marriage and relationships.
Here is his latest gift to the seeking soul. Invite[s] you into the conversation, and into the challenge of what we need to do next. It is filled with theory, practice, successful examples and, most importantly, hope for the future of the American Jewish community and its institutions.
With these two imperatives, Ron Wolfson demonstrates that without belonging, believing and behaving are orphaned His writing confirms the insight of the philosopher of relationship, Martin Buber: This book should be read and studied by all concerned with the modern American Jewish condition. Takes a theology of relationship and translates it into lives well lived, and communities more vibrant! Brings much-needed fresh thinking to a Jewish community striving to reinvent itself, and seeking to engage new generations with renewed depth, vibrancy and relevance.
A must read for anyone serious about transforming today into a successful and significant tomorrow. Hoffman, PhD, author, Rethinking Synagogues: What emerges is a vision for a Jewish future full of meaning and purpose and most of all engagement. A must read for every Jewish leader. It calls to all of us in leadership: Reclaim that which is sacred in Jewish life by encountering the other!
While those pursing good deeds and actions become righteous. Rabbi Ari Kahn 5. You are smart, smart. And my mother used to say it quietly about people and whenever she did, she was right. Rabbi Zev Pomeranz 7. This too is for the good. Rabbi Yitz Greenman 8. Kook This quote embodies the depth of love every Jew needs to feel for another. The connection between Jews is instinctive, therefore one has no choice but to speak. Caring for other Jews cuts to the core of who we are as a people and we need to reach a point where that is so deep that it is impossible not to say or do something.
Actually the failure to make decisions is one of life's biggest mistakes.
I love this quote because it inspires me to keep taking the risks I need in order to grow. I want to be able to keep climbing even after I fall, and Rav Noah's words have always given me the courage to fail and keep trying anyway. Sara Debbie Gutfreund And I am not sure about the universe. Rabbi Stephen Baars Totally practical and also spiritual.
It gets me through almost everything.
15 Jewish Quotes about Love
It means that God is sending me this so that I can grow. It prevents me from blaming others, including myself. It frames a situation not as something overwhelming that is impossible to solve, but as a puzzle that can be worked out, and the process of working it out is where real growth takes place. Words are powerful; as soon as you reframe from "problem" to "opportunity," you pull down the covers, get out of bed, pull up your boot straps and rise to the occasion.
No one wants problems, but who doesn't want opportunities? And if not now, when?Jewish Zionist Quotes
I was created for a specific purpose — there is no other 'me. Lastly, there's no time like the present. Rabbi Chaim Cohen One who learns from every man… Who is strong? One who overpowers his inclinations… Who is rich? One who is satisfied with his lot… Who is honorable? One who honors his fellows. We tend to think strength, happiness, wisdom and honor are reliant on external circumstances — how much wealth you have, how strong you are, how much you know….
Jewish wisdom shows all four are internal; it's all up to the person himself.