Sharing Shalom means to share the ideas of peace, wholeness, health and compatibility. It crosses religious, national, gender, political and ideological lines. It looks for similarities among people, rather than focusing on differences. It encourages everyone to become part of one family of humanity. If you listen to the words of the Shema, the central prayer of Judaism, it resonates with this idea of sharing Shalom. The words could easily be interpreted as saying, “Listen, oh humankind.”
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