Limmud eFestival 2022 Limmud eFestival 2022

Jewish Practice

Sunday, February 27, 2022

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Embodying Self Care: A Jewish Mindfulness Workshop

When was the last time you physically embraced yourself? In these challenging times we might feel restricted in our physical spaces and challenged with our own physical being. 

Join MoveMeant- Embodying Sacred Texts for a mindfulness workshop integrating meditation, breath exercises, movement, and Jewish texts all accompanied by live music.

Join us in exploring the wisdom of our body, mind and soul to connect with the known and unknown, with our Higher selves and with the Divine.

Open for all ages and physical capabilities.

No meditation or movement background necessary.

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Honoring Parents (Kibud Horim): Thoughts We Dare Not Consider

 Why do the Ten Commandments instruct us to "respect" but not "love" our parents? How has the obligation to respect one's parents changed in this generation? This session will consider ancient sources through social, psychological, and ethical lenses in an effort to suggest a framework for thinking about this sensitive topic.

Monday, February 28, 2022

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God Talk: How To Talk About Our Beliefs With Our Partners

What do you mean when you hear the word God? When you pray, who or what are you talking to? Whether you are in an interfaith relationship or not, we often have different answers to these questions. When we are able to discuss and question our ever evolving relationship with our beliefs, we bring another important piece of ourselves into our relationships. Join 18Doors Rukin Rabbinic Fellow Rabbi Jessica Lowenthal as we open the door to these conversations.

Thursday, March 3, 2022

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Tzedek Box: A Jewish Ritual For A More Just World

Join fourth-year rabbinical student Andrew Kaplan Mandel as he shares the history and philosophy behind the Tzedek Box, a ritual that honors the Jewish call to justice, before guiding you through the process of creating and using your own.