Jewish values are rooted in Jewish culture, history, and tradition, and provide guidance in living everyday life. Though far from an exhaustive list of Jewish values, the following are a few examples of Jewish values that can inform the entrepreneurship and innovation of Jewish life.
- Social Justice: Engaging in acts of loving-kindness or repairing the world, and encouraging creative & strategic action in addressing social issues.
- Jewish Learning: Celebrating Jewish life and heritage through experiencing and learning rituals, prayers, texts, life-cycle events, or Jewish holidays.
- Spirituality: Experiencing awe, wonder, and amazement in that which is greater than ourselves through the exploration of faith, belief, and life's 'big' questions.
- Israel: Exploring educational, cultural, or political aspects of Israel or advocating for Israel as the Jewish and democratic state within secure and recognized borders and as a member of the family of free nations.
- Jewish Peoplehood: Connecting Jews across time and space with a familial bond based on the shared heritage, memory, history, language, and culture of Jewish civilization.