WHAT WE HAVE LEARNED FROM THE JEWISH PEOPLE

Written by Richard Logan on Jan 06, 2015 in
"WHAT WE HAVE LEARNED FROM THE JEWISH PEOPLE"


We would like to ask spouses and partners who were not born Jewish to join in a conversation about what they have learned from, and what they value about, cultural Judaism from their involvement with Jewish life and culture; i.e., from their partners and from Jewish friends and relatives. Speaking for myself, I have been interested in talking about this subject for a long time, since I can chart a long steady exposure from an early age to the Jewish take on life and the world.

Since we have many intercultural couples, we think that this could be a very rich discussion.

I will start the conversation and am happy to to lead it as well. I know that we can count on many others to add your typically thoughtful contributions.

Richard
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