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Reply To: After taking this course, in your own words, please define Hebraic leadership and what it means to you.

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Ray’Chel Wilson
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Hello all. I’m Ray’Chel, a M.Div. student at Duke Divinity School, specializing in Investment Management. I often say that my purpose is “to research stewardship and its role in personal finance, business finance, and philanthropy, to be able empower people to bring the kingdom from heaven on earth”. Thanks to this course, it now has a new meaning! I’m excited to bring into my practice this hebraic view of “kingdom”, as well as the dos and donts.

More specifically:
– Centering heart postures in ways that empower us to love others
– Emphasizing and educating around collective liberation/collective wealth building strategies rather than individual financial freedom strategies and the goal

To me, hebraic leadership is boldly taking a stance that:
– All humans have individual value that contribute to the collective impact/community
– Policy/Politics can be a proper use of power to create change

All in all, this course has been helpful in understanding approaches to the current Near East political conflicts, as well as holistic (Hebraic) ways to approach current and future conflicts.