3. To Be Young (and Jewish)
A simple question that, as it turns out, has as many answers as the people you ask - which is exactly what Moment Magazine did, interviewing 18 millennials.
"But we found a group who feel deeply Jewish - even as they also value other parts of their identities. They are at home in multiple worlds and proud of it. And like generations before them, they are evolving: For some seeing the rise of the alt-right and encountering anti-Semitism for the first time has led them to reconnect with their Jewishness; for others parenthood has enhanced their commitment to their faith and heritage. They value text study, have reimagined rituals and enjoy celebrating Shabbat - although often differently from the way they were raised. We think you'll enjoy meeting them."
Every generation - yours, mine, theirs - redefines what is relevant. Thanks for the insight, Moment.