know what the fundamental writings of Judaism are? Since
there will be references to Jewish writings throughout this website,
it would be worthwhile to familiarize yourself with many of them
. Most of the material, including some history from about 2000 years
ago, comes from notes taken from Rabbi Joseph Telushkin’s book,
Once you have completed that “assignment”, you
might want to read some of the moral and ethical principles, values and laws
these writings. Rabbi Joseph Telushkin refers to many of them as the
“essence of Judaism”.
Then take the
“Evaluating Your Jewish Life” Self-Assessment exercise
which is a useful tool when considering the sources of
your level of satisfaction and dissatisfaction with your current
involvement with Judaism.
let’s get to work!!!!!
issue would you like to address?
Is it a personal
interested in alternative ways to celebrate the holidays
like to learn how to organize a Havurah
– a small
non-institutional group with which to celebrate holidays and study
Would you like
to create a dynamic Jewish Children’s Education
you like to plan aBar/Bat Mitzvah
Would you like to plan a Jewish or an Interfaith Marriage
Are you a lawyer who is dissatisfied with your
Is it a community
Would you like to learn more about and/or work with others
to design a targeted Social Action Project
you like to discover worthwhile organizations to which to contribute
financially or to which to give
Is it a global
Do you want
to learn more about and/or work with others in a project to help end
the conflict in Iraq?
Do you want to
examine Israel/Palestine issues
in the light of Jewish
ethical and moral teachings, principles and laws?
Do you want to get involved in organizations
taking action to
try to end the Israel/Palestine conflict?
Together we have
over seventy years experience designing, promoting and implementing
personal, community and global programs and projects within and
outside the Jewish
committed to helping you explore ways to find satisfaction, meaning
and purpose from applying Judaism to your concerns and
your Jewish experience;
the sources of your satisfaction and dissatisfaction;
relevant resources (books, articles, individuals, organizations);
others with similar concerns to meet with you;
Facilitate the meeting to define the project, set goals
a plan of action;
Implement the project;
the project; and
the project as appropriate.
the hope and expectation that the result will be a sense of
significant and vibrant living attributable to applying Jewish
teachings to real-life concerns.
If you want to talk about your
interest in any of the above, contact