1. Completion Date: Posts from your israel trip or prior will not count.
2. Text Submissions: Must include a full description of your activity completion.
3. Photo Submissions: Must include a photo attachment demonstrating your completion of the challenge AND a caption that puts the photo into context.
4. Video Submissions: Must include a video attachment demonstrating your full completion of the challenge.
Jews value education. They are taught to be critical thinkers. This is an important aspect of Judaism as questioning your beliefs to develop them is how they are made stronger. If you ask a Jew what is the most important thing for your child to get, it's an education. It is believed that through an education you gain knowledge, which will allow you to more fairly assess situations in your life.
The most popular sports in America are slower and most Americans like that just because of what our society says. Everything from success to who you think is attractive. None of this is good or bad and that makes us no better than any other religion. The ways Tzvi makes his topics so relatable, so I am looking forward to all the lessons in this class.
I decided to join JU Max. It sounds like a very interesting program. I loved Tzvi in JU live and decided to join the conversation to learn more about what Jews believe. I am very excited and I get a free trip out of it!