A Major Milestone



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Q03

 Think about a major milestone that happened with your family this past year. How has this affected you?

We don’t live alone. Some of us reside by ourselves. Some of us live with our families, or extended families, or roommates. In Judaism, there’s a notion that the personal is communal–what happens to one of us, affects us all.

Similarly, our lives are entwined together. We celebrate the moments that mean the most to us–birth, maturity, marriage and death–in both public and private contexts. What’s interesting, though, is that ours are the first generations where the focus of these celebrations has shifted from the public to the private sphere–from our community to ourselves and our families.

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Q02. Is there something that you wish you had done differently this past year? Or that you’re especially proud of?
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Q04. Describe an event in the world that has impacted you this year.
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