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Secular Humanistic Judaism makes the world a better place by providing positive Jewish meaning, identity, and community for those who have moved past traditional religious expressions of Judaism.
In turn, Humanistic Jews and our family and friends work toward tikkun olam by making the change we want to see in the world, advocating for religious freedom including for the non-religious, taking stands on social justice issues, and working in local communities to improve the lives of others.
This essay by Rabbi Mary Raskin was presented as a talk at the yearly retreat
Originally published in Autumn 2010/Winter 2011 issue of Humanistic Judaism
This is a guest post by Dr. Ulrich Chaim Hienzsch from Potsdam/Berlin Germany