Reporting in from Aspen, Colorado, where I will be facilitating The Conversation, a large-ish Open Space Summit on the future of what it means to be Jewish in America in the 21st Century. Where else to have this visionary meeting, but on the mountain top? Some interesting innovations built into the program, to be reported on later this week.
Aspen itself is absolutely gorgeous. I always breathe better in Colorado. I love it here. So much more space, room to breathe. My theory is that the mountains make us more aware of how far we can go up, but whatever the reason, it’s working for me. Looking forward to having Jill here later in the week.
Meanwhile, there’s a big climate change conference finishing up just before we start. Al Franken almost ran me over coming around a corner in the hallway today. Theresa Heinz Kerry standing next to me at the front desk as I was checking in. And Al Gore passing by later this evening. Too bad they’re not working in Open Space!
Oh yes, and I guess the John Denver festival is just wrapping up, down the road a piece. Woohoo!
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What a beautiful place to be, right before Yom Kippur!
One of my favorite writers, Rabbi Lawrence Kushner, is on the participant list for The Conversation. I look forward to hearing about whatever you are able to report from there!
Dish, Michael, dish! Actually I’m excited to learn lessons toward local/regional gatherings of Jews along similar lines.
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