Jewish Resilience, with Rabbi David Segal - Shared screen with speaker view
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adaptability and survival
ability to continue with everyday activities during hard times
to keep moving on
I prefer the idea of "bouncing back," after difficulty.
and maybe to have to change more than once during a short period of time
When we talk about resilient children, we talk about the ability to accept set backs and use them as an opportunity to learn.
How does resilience come into play in the midst of so much uncertainty?
what about punishment?
I'm interested to hear your "hopeful" take on Qoheleth. I find it to be a terribly depressing piece of literature.
Sometimes you have to lose something to learn how much it meant to you.
“I’m doing this for your own good”
my mom always said “this hurts me more than it hurts you”. I did not concur
But this approach also lends itself to resilience.