The past couple of days, Clal held the first session of its fifth cohort of its Rabbis Without Borders fellowship. Having been a past participant of the fellowship, I am always interested to see what is being shared out into the public from the sessions. Not only simply because I was a past participant, but because the ideas shared are really fascinating (okay, I really enjoy(ed) Rabbi Irwin Kula’s thoughts).
As is typical for the fellowship, there is a fair degree of its participants tweeting highlights of the ideas. Having found some interesting, I am posting here those tweets that I re-tweeted (or modified re-tweeted).