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What would you say are uniquely/essential Jewish values?

I’ve got:

— charity (tzedakah)

— justice (tzedek)

— repairing the world (tikkun olam)

— kindness (chesed)

— empathy for others, and also self-belief

— community participation (eg minyan participation)

— scholarship and analysis/debate

— doing things (eg following the rules) because they are the right things to do — not for any reward

What values make someone one who “lives Jewishly” in spirit?

Edit: Geez. Why do people downvote everything in this subreddit? That’s why I often prefer hanging out on r/ReformJews better. Much kinder folks.

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