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Jtube: The Lighthouse

Jtube: The Lighthouse

How can we get people in Jewish communities to feel more responsible for one another?


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(232) alexis, September 19, 2014 6:35 PM

I think this video shows that everyone in the community has to have each other's back and be there for them. When the man was having trouble re lighting the light house the community came with their lights to make sure the boat didn't crash.

(231) addie, September 19, 2014 6:34 PM

I think that this video shows that we live in a world that cares, and that if people see something bad about to happen they will rush to the rescue. When the man inside was trying his best to make sure that the boat wouldn't crash, we can see that he cares and is desperate to make sure that nothing bad happen.

(230) ravidan, September 19, 2014 6:28 PM

In the community if someone needs help everybody help him.

(229) Anonymous, September 19, 2014 6:26 PM

In the video, the community bands together and saves a ship from landing on the rocks when the lighthouse goes out.

It is the responsibility of the community to band together in times of trouble, and help each other!!!!!

(228) Anonymous, September 19, 2014 6:26 PM

The light in the lighthouse breaks, and everyone comes together to help direct the ship coming in to safety.

When everyone came with lights after the lighthouse breaks, that was a good judgement. Since one person probably did it first, it influenced the other people to do it also, a good influence. When you are part of a community, it is your responsibility to help out others.

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