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abbi Dovid Gottlieb, a Ph.D.
who taught mathematical logic
at Johns Hopkins University in
Baltimore, speaks like a professor. His
talks are well reasoned and analytical —
taking a topic and developing his point
in a systematic, cogent manner.
Gottlieb spoke at several venues Rosh
Hashanah week as
the Mary Einstein
Shapero eighth annu-
al scholar in residence
for Ohr Somayach
Detroit. He is senior
lecturer at Ohr
Somayach Jerusalem
and was the guest of
Rabbi Gottlieb
local Ohr Somayach
Director Rabbi Dovid
Shapero and his family.
At Southfield's Congregation Yagdil
Torah, Gottlieb stressed the importance
of constantly acknowledging God's pres-
ence in our life, even in mundane events.
If one's mind wanders while davening
(praying), he said, it can be refocused.

For instance, someone in the lumber
industry thinking about business can
trace the source of the lumber, the trees,
to God, whom he thus thanks for his
livelihood.
Rabbi Gottlieb spoke to an overflow
crowd of women at Oak Park's Machon
ETorah on Shabbat Shuvah (the Shabbat
between Rosh Hashanah and Yom
Kippur) about the need to make small
changes in order to accomplish a larger
goal. He noted the frustration many
experience in their attempts to do tshu-
vah (repentance), repeatedly making the
same resolutions each year.
"Every small change is precious to
God; he said, explaining that the very
wanting to change is significant. Even
the biggest skyscraper is made of small
individual bricks, he observed.
In a brief talk concluding a Tuesday
night Partners in Torah session at
Yeshiva Beth Yehudah in Southfield, he
pointed out that the correct translation
of Talmud Torah (usually understood as
"learning Torah") is actually "teaching
Torah',' emphasizing the mandate to pass
on whatever Torah learning we acquire,
as "links in a golden chain:' E

ommunityNEXT, a division
of the Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit, is launch-
ing BackStagePass (BSP), an exclusive
four-year job and internship program
targeting incoming high school juniors.
BSP is dedicated to developing the next
generation of Jewish leaders, influencers
and "change agents" in the Metro Detroit
community.
BSP is looking for students with
diverse backgrounds and the leadership
ability to make real change within and
outside of the local community.
BSP will expose high school juniors
to elements of the Jewish and larger
Detroit communities through a series of
social, cultural and professional events
participants would not otherwise have
access to.
BSP applications will be accepted
through Oct. 15. Interviews will be con-
ducted, with final decisions announced
by Nov. 15. The first class of BSP partici-
pants will start the program in January
2011. There is no cost to apply or par-
ticipate.
Eighteen high school juniors will meet

artists, government officials, prominent
business leaders and experienced busi-
nesses and organizations, both in and
outside of the Jewish community; who
are at the forefront of transforming the
region. The BSP experience ends with a
unique internship opportunity tailored
to students' specific interests the sum-
mer following their sophomore year of
college.
Each year, a new class of 18 students
will be accepted to the program, creating
a core group of 50+ BSP participants
over the next three years. Example
programs may include an overnight
at BBYO's Bittker Center in Ortonville,
directly interacting with top Jewish busi-
ness and government leaders and a tour
of a professional sports arena.
"It's time we show ourteens the best
Detroit has to offer rather than letting
them hear only bad news',' said Arthur
Siegal, attorney at Jaffe Raitt Heuer &
Weiss, Southfield, whose vision initiated
the BSP program.
For information or apply to BSP, visit
www.BSPmi.com or contact Jordan
Wolfe at (248) 203-1467. 7

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