12:00 pm — 1:15 pm
26055 Emery Rd.
For the fourth year, Cheryl Gordon, MAT-MSJS, an enthusiastic Jewish educator, returns to guide us in Jewish learning in ways you’ve never heard before.
This month meet Mussar, a Jewish ethical/spiritual practice that provides concrete instructions on how to live a fulfilled life. Though these writings and this practice have existed for over a thousand years, Mussar was only formalized in the 19th century and has really come into its own in the past fifteen years. We’ll examine what it advises about friendships, humility, finding balance in life, and more. Students who don’t love the technicalities of Jewish law do love this uplifting and practical guidance.
Date: Tuesday, February 25
Place: NCJW, Unit H, 26055 Emery Rd., Warrensville Hts.
Time: 12:00 pm – 1:15 pm
Cost: $5.00 per session; Bring your lunch
RSVP: Lisa Hayzlett, 216-378-2204 to register and get a list of future dates and topics