The world is spiritually sick.
To be cured it needs to return to its religious traditions.
Judaism is best positioned to lead this return because we are the one religion that neither seeks to add your god to ours nor insists that you accept our God.
To do this we need to embrace and promote Rabbi Sacks’ idea of Judaism as the religion of hope.
By telling the Jewish story we share this vision of hope.
If all of us taught our story as the story of hope we would also show the world how to save itself from its present crisis.