Can anyone explain what they think is meant by the ...

Can anyone explain what they think is meant by the statement in the podcast that in Judaism, “What you believe follows only after what you do.” 


Can somebody also explain what they think the Jewish customs described in the podcast are being “rediscovered”? 

Sorry for the long question, but I'm really desperate here, please help. I would very much appreciate it, thank you.
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