Judaism today must acknowledge the uncertainty of the world and people's fears about it, and must find ways to respond, to engage, to protest, to comfort and to offer hope. Our Jewish expressions will be most meaningful if they are informed by Jewish learning and tradition, and by current innovations and experiments. We believe that our prayer, learning, and acts of justice must reflect our lives, our minds and our hearts, and enrich and illuminate all three. An engaged Jewish life can provide deep meaning and strong community, and we strive to achieve both. We believe that it is a Jewish value to look to the future with hope. --Kolot Chayeinu Values Statement
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