Posted on | January 9, 2013 | By Administrator | 7 Comments
Yes it’s easy to find faults with any Klal institution and Kiruv is no different. But if we stop and think about how much Baalei Teshuva owe to those dedicated to helping people find a path to Hashem and Torah and mitzvos we probably would be much slower to criticize. If we truly realized how much the Klal has benefited from the enthusiasm, growth orientation and contributions of Baalei Teshuva we would probably be much more supportive of the efforts of those in the field.
Do you think people express the proper HaKoras HaTov to those working in Kiruv?
If you think people are not supportive enough, why do you think that’s true?
Is the problem the general negative perspective often held by the Klal or is it something specific for Kiruv?
We can we do as a group to be more supportive if you think that’s the correct perspective?