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I took the Shalom Challenge and I am inviting you to join with me.

The last year has divided us in so many ways.

The Shalom Challenge is a global initiative conceived to bring us all together.

Beginning February 4th we will be sending participants a daily Shalom boost with amazing content that will inspire and galvanize Klall Yisrael to be Marbeh Shalom. Your actions affect those around you and if we all focus on Shalom for just 4 weeks, imagine what we could achieve.

What do I get when I join?
A 4-week journey to Shalom
— in all your relationships

Every morning, you’ll get an email or whatsapp
with a 2 minute video or thought & a quick action
step you can take to better relationships.
Week 1 Creating peace with how I view people
Week 2 Enabling peace with how I feel & think
Week 3 Bringing peace with how I speak
Week 4 Activating peace with things I do

You’ll learn things like:

  • How to appreciate someone else's opinion even when they are wrong
  • 4 mindset changes that will help you stay strong and move on … even when somebody really hurts you
  • What is a Shalom Account and how you can use it to bounce out of conflict
  • The most powerful piece everybody misses when they apologize
  • And much, much more...
4 Ways to Practice Peace