At this time of Orthodox growth, we need to facilitate the vision, the chazon, where the Orthodox community is perceived not as a threat but as a growing resource of passionately committed Jews who prioritize both their Judaism and their absolute and unconditional love for each and every other Jew.
It appears that G-d’s interim solution to the challenge of assimilation . . . was the creation of the Jewish State.
How can we shift our Jewish practices from default approach to an engaging and inspiring experience?
This beautiful and all-important emphasis on family is also the source of numerous challenges and vulnerabilities for the many individuals who are not living within such a household.