Bringing joy to the Jewish community is possible thanks to foundations and organizations who focus on building the Hebrew language back and educating others on the values of the Judism religion. The lifestyle of the Jewish community is in threat of the breaking down of the State of Israel however small or large the threat is, there are people there who will make sure that the values carry on. People like Adam Milstein who spends the majority of their free time educating others on the background of the Jewish heritage.
Adam Milstein is working to bring the heritage of the past back to life in current generations. Through programs like SifriyatPijama, the educating of the younger generation through books that are mailed to more than 15,000 families that instill the Jewish values while teaching them the Hebrew language.
The one thing that can be agreed upon concerning the Jewish people is that the people of Israel are bold in their lifestyles and religion. Adam Milstein speaks about how the Israelis turned a very dry, sparse desert area into what considers to be thriving in the high tech world. The people of Israel are still able to take risks while being forced to with hold their many beliefs.
Adam Milstein wants to help the younger generation become more balanced in the Jewish lifestyle. Since the old day’s, many youngsters have strayed from the heritage of their people because of the lack of knowledge that has been passed down over time. The drop in attendance to the Synagogue and less enticing means to bring awareness to the community. Through programs offered through the IAC, more people are learning about their heritage and to pass their knowledge on to generations down the road.
Ignorance is choosing to not learn about the history of your ancestors and if you continue to not become educated, you risk losing yourself down the road. With Adam Milstein working to raise the presence of their ancestors, more people are being educating on the important things in their Jewish culture. There is more to knowing about your heritage than just learning a thing or two about important dates in history surrounding your religions background.