Hakhel Resources: Work Towards a Mission
A unique resource library for Jewish Intentional Communities.
Inspiration. Tools. Support.
by Ricardo Semler
In short, this is a great master. Get this inspiration and impliment it in ALL fields of your community.
Do you consider yourself as a brave educator? A creative leader? Ask your mates what is their definition for bravery. It's an essential question to be asked once in a while. Ask yourself what can bravery add to the new generation of our community? What would it do to our common future?
by Akash Kapur
Intentional communities in retrospective!
Think of the connection between Tikun Olam and the utopian movement. Where are the ponts we should be very careful with? What shall we pay attention to? Good intention can go wrong after all. What will keep the mission safe, and the process on track as well?
by David Brooks
It's a refreshing one! Just read it.
by Frederic Laloux
Frederic Laloux offers a stunning point of view. It is actually so basic and makes so much sense, that we have to ask ourselves how came this isn't the norm everywhere.
by Sumner Nichols
A frank story about leadership
by Sebastian Schulman, the Yiddish Book Center
This short video gives the sense of glue which brings people together.
by Kosha Joubert
And what about the rippelles? Could you beleive how much effect your community can create? This is a beautiful piece to read
by Ewan Gilbert
It's touching, and it's really doable. Grab somr inspiration.
Take the time and ask around: how do you see the possibility of integration in your community? Is there openness for disabled? How much members feel in ease with this issue? This topic is an important prism for community resillience.
Sustainability as a core value demands rising awarness constantly. Here is a useful set for a community discussion. Method, Presentation and practical guideline for a fruitful process.
by Leila Dregger
What is an eco-village? And what is the contribution of this constellation to us all? Read this powerful article.