Our group was 13 people at the end of Ramadan Iftar in the garden. Despite the wind, we had great food and a great discussion. We also got to see the fireworks and celebrations at Damascus Gate. Thank you and see you all next time. Eid Mubarak!
We met at the Felm Center for pizza and conversation. We discussed Shavuot, Pentecoste and Eid Al Adha, the holidays that were close to the date of our encounter. Our conversation led to many interesting realizations of differences and similarities between our practices.
We had a great encounter with a few new faces!
Malkon lead an icebreaker for us to get to know each other better, and Doron prepared us some sources to inspire our discussion on love in our traditions.
We discussed what it means to love those close to us, those who are strangers, loving God, unconditional love, and limitations imposed on love by our realities.
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