Adam Milstein is a Jewish philanthropist. He is the founder of Israeli -American council. Besides that, he is the partner at Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation(MFF). This organisation was founded in 2000. It sponsors and supports students who are of Jewish origin in education and Jewish identity. Adam Milstein is also an author in The Times of Israel, his blog is majorly about the Jews and keeping the Jewish culture going by fighting anti-Semitic activities.
Adam Milstein’s latest blog is about the gifts that the Jewish next generation should be given in the new year 2018. His primary aim is to make the children of Israel confident and aware of their origin whether they are in America or Israel. He seeks inspiration from the During the time of the Maccabees who existed when Israel was ruled by the Greek armies. They, however, defeated the Greek with determination and commitment in protecting the Jewish community. There are eight gifts that he has outlined in the blog.
Adam Milstein states that the next generation needs to pursue their beliefs as Jewish people without fear. They should be courageous enough to fight those who are threatening Israel. They should also be persistent and consistent in the midst of adversities that they face as the Jews. They should be consistent in their fight for the Jewish people. They should also be proud to be Jews and above all be connected to Israel a nation with lots of success stories.
Adam Milstein also encourages them to be lovers of knowledge both in the modern world and value the old wisdom of the Jewish for the community and individual and be innovative in their works given the fast-rising world’s information. They should also be passionate about what they do.
Other gifts include brotherhood and believing in the impossible. It will help them in the fight for the Jews. Moreover, they should be united and support one another.
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