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G’milut chasadim, literally meaning “the giving of loving kindness,” is an essential social value in the everyday lives of Jews....... More

Same’ach b’chelko literally means “happy or content with one’s lot....... More

The idea of nedivut, or being generous, is found throughout our entire tradition, especially in regards to the bringing of gifts....... More

Ben Zoma said, “Who is wise? The one who learns from everyone! Who is mighty? The one who rules over themselves! Who is rich? The one who is happy with what they’ve got! Who is honored? The one who shows honor to others!” -Pirke Avot 4:1 Ben Zoma’s advice reinforces the idea that this world is NOT as it seems....... More

Proverbs 22:6 reminds us that each child learns differently, as we are to “educate each child according to their way....... More

At the core of Jewish tradition is the charge for us to be able to say to ourselves and to another person that we were wrong, and also to be able to say to ourselves that we are willing to change so that it will never happen again....... More

Our tradition teaches us that our personal journeys in life should not take place alone....... More

The value of l’dor v’dor – from generation to generation – links our history with that of the past and the future....... More

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The mitzvah of ba’al tashchit–the commandment not to destroy or waste items from the natural world--is one of the most commonly mentioned mitzvot in contemporary Jewish social action circles....... More

In this clip, most appropriate for older children or adults, Rabbi Summit explains Ba'al Taschit and its' relevance to our lives....... More

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