Never Arriving, Always Learning.

In Temple times, if you were unable to bring the Passover offering in its designated time (14th of Nissan) you had a 2nd chance a month later to make it happen (Numbers 9:6) This is a glaring example of the Torah’s conditioning us to the perspective of constantly looking forward.


The Growth Mindset – “What can I learn from what just happened and how can I improve next time?” – is what we want to teach our children. Most things can be fixed and even when they can’t, we can ALWAYS learn from it and apply to the next day.

As we encourage PROCESS not product, we remove the performance anxiety and pressure created by having to be “just right” and teach them to truly enjoy the experience of living.