Dialogue in the Jewish Tradition

This thirty-page article explains a number of Jewish teachings about dialogue, respectful communication, and listening, and describes ways you can bring these teachings into your dialogues.

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You may also want to read “Brit Lashon HaTov: Covenant for Communicating in a Kehillah Kedoshah” (sacred community), a set of communal guidelines developed by Congregation B’nai Jeshurun in New York City.