I've looked for a way for my own social, political, spiritual feelings to be expressed more in a Jewish venue. I haven't quite found that...For me, the Jewish teachings and having a meaningful life--sort of Buber kinds of thinking, I guess, thinking about your impact in the world -- has always been connected to Jewish teachings. Is it connected to turning on lights on Shabbes [the Sabbath]? No, not directly. But indirectly, it's a kind of humbling awareness -- there's something else going on besides your wish to flip on the lights.
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