Thanks for sharing! I agree with your statement. A major element of Hebraic leadership is the aspect of community and our role within. I think as a society, we fail to see this because we are taught to be independent and praised for it. Not only that, but we are encouraged to look out for ourselves and make all of our choices based on what will benefit the self before we consider how it will effect those around us. It is important to integrate the practice of collective thinking because so much of biblical command is collective. We are meant to work together within a community. It is expected and commanded of us. We weren’t made to do life on our own and we must be aware that our decisions effect our community.