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What does the phrase THE WAY IT USED TO BEreally mean What do those words really pertain to Not sure Well neither am I but regardless of their meaning weve certainly heard them a lot here in NFTY Michigan admittedly many times out of my mouth People some times wish to recreate the past and most often arent able to do so So heres what Ive concluded you cant bring back the way it used to be Recreating the past is impossible and if you spend your time trying to do so or always comparing things to what once was youll miss the amazing things that are happening in the present What you can do however is use elements from the past to help construct a better future That is what I want to do for NFTY Michigan The future I perceive of consists of many parts Each of these parts takes something from the past and combines it with ideas from the future to form a better version of a former experience From my three years in NFTY I feel that I have been seasoned with the knowledge the creativity and the experience that it takes to complete such a task Keeping the concept of thinking ahead in mind I want to take NFTY Michigan to a new level if you elect me as your president - we will soar to new heights The first thing I would like to bring to the future of NFTY Michigan is a new level of creativity By taking past programming skills and combining them with new out of the box thinking I can make your NFTY experience both educational and entertaining Weve all sat through programs services and mixers that have made us think Been there done that Well no more If elected your president I will not let you go bored The answer to the problem of redundance lies within experimentation something that
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