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Jewish Resilience, with Rabbi David Segal - Shared screen with speaker view
Amy Rahmani
10:37
Suzanne, Margaret, gail, nancy
Amy Rahmani
10:56
Phyllis, walt, fredi, Rhoda, Elizabeth, linda, diane
Sara Norris
23:05
adaptability and survival
nancypicus
23:39
ability to continue with everyday activities during hard times
Rhoda Goldberg
24:36
to keep moving on
Walt McFadden
25:15
I prefer the idea of "bouncing back," after difficulty.
Suzanne's iPad
26:08
and maybe to have to change more than once during a short period of time
nancypicus
26:15
When we talk about resilient children, we talk about the ability to accept set backs and use them as an opportunity to learn.
Gail
27:36
How does resilience come into play in the midst of so much uncertainty?
Sara Norris
37:38
what about punishment?
Walt McFadden
38:50
I'm interested to hear your "hopeful" take on Qoheleth. I find it to be a terribly depressing piece of literature.
Walt McFadden
51:05
Sometimes you have to lose something to learn how much it meant to you.
nancypicus
51:40
“I’m doing this for your own good”
Sara Norris
52:25
my mom always said “this hurts me more than it hurts you”. I did not concur
nancypicus
53:29
But this approach also lends itself to resilience.