When I started JewF.I.S.H. (Fun/free, Interactive/inspiring, Synergetic and Humanistic project), my own grassroots project of Jewish education, six years ago, I had plenty of doubts. I was afraid there would be no audience for it and no one would support the project. I wanted to make Jewish culture, knowledge, and texts accessible and engaging. Like many who start something, I felt uncertain. At the same time, I felt like if I didn’t fully commit, I’d miss a great opportunity. Thankfully, I did commit. Here are four lessons I learned from creating JewF.I.S.H.