I am in the process of moving to Arlington VA, just outside of Washington DC. The move is an opportune time to exhibit Hebraic leadership by engaging with my new community. In DC one is tempted to climb the ranks of political power and change the world in accordance with his or her cosmology. I’ll certainly do what I can in this regard. But a simpler exhibition of Hebraic leadership and more realistic one is to join a church and be active with the church community. As Robert said in the course, Christians do not walk alone but need a community. Becoming an active member of a church would deepen my faith and allow me to aid fellow travelers in the same way. Engaging with a church and inviting friends to do the same would prioritize faith and remind me of the duties I have in this exile period.