Ten Days – Ten Questions

September 1, 2011 by Community Editor
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The ten days between the Jewish holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are often considered to be a perfect period of reflection; an opportunity to look at where you’re at, where you’ve come from, and where you’re heading. Whether you’re religious or not, introspective or not – even Jewish or not – Sydney’s Shalom Institute invites you to take part in 10Q an online series of 10 questions, one per day for each of the ten days.

10Q

Simply answer each question and email your replies to a secure, online vault just after Yom Kippur; next year, before Rosh Hashanah, they’ll be sent back to you for reflection, and the whole process will begin again. Whether you do it once or become an annual 10Qer, we hope that in pondering and scribbling your answers, 10Q will help connect you to parts of yourself that often get lost in the midst of fast-paced, twenty-first century life.

web site  www.doyou10Q.com/sydney

What to Expect
The 10 Questions cover a range of themes, five dealing with the year that was and five dealing with the year to come. Ranging from specific experiences to major milestones, from global issues to personal aspirations, 10Q is bound to generate introspection in a way you have yet to experience.

10Q: Created by Reboot and brought to you by The Shalom Institute
Founded in 2003, REBOOT (www.rebooters.net) is an innovative network of creative, young Jews dedicated to helping a new generation explore and redefine Jewish identity, community, and meaning.

The Shalom Institute is an inclusive and pluralistic organisation which promotes Jewish engagement through cultural, educational, social and leadership development activities. It is home to a hub of innovative, dynamic and pioneering young adult departments which encourage individuals to assume ownership and creativity over their Jewishness.

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