Daniel Milner

Hi everyone,

I’m Daniel Milner. 

Over the last few years, I’ve been coming to the Kollel more and more with the goal of deepening my yiddishkeit. Specifically, I think that our values, practices and traditions have sustained and informed our lives over the last 6000 years, and I want to explore how to turn those values into action.

In my personal life, I am motivated by learning from and listening to others, in order to reach a state of compromise or consensus. I believe that no matter who, or where you are, we always have more in common with one another.

I invite you to deepen your relationship with our tradition and to explore the abilities and traits which you have that are needed in the world. 

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