Thank you to all of you who wanted to make sure we are all healthy. We’re doing very well, thank G-d.
We had written in our yearly newsletter on September 5
This year, we will take a break from having weekly divrei Torah posts so that Meir can spend more consistent time writing a book (many many years in the making).
I am hoping that Meir will write from time to time, but it takes him far afield from what he’s trying to accomplish, so it can’t be on a regular basis. He also decided to take an online ulpan class three times a week, so that’s definitely taking more time even from the book writing! But I’m hoping that he can get all of these done, along with teaching online and occasionally live.
I guess this last year and a half has shown us to honor our priorities along with our sense of commitment.
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Other than this, you are welcome to join our next series of classes on Paths of Kavannah, starting December 14.
The theme of our winter series is Kavanah
, focused mental intent. The ability to direct attention effectively in prayer, in learning and in meditation is a key element of Jewish spiritual development. The kabbalistic tradition has developed a number of meditation methods, some readily accessible and some quite rigorous, designed to strengthen and refine Kavanah
. We will study several of these methods and incorporate them into our daily practice, adding a skill set that can be valuable in many aspects of our lives. To sign up for this series, please fill out this Google form