The goal of a life of Torah is to bring more love and healing into the world. How can we do this when there is so much anger and division that surrounds us? Our sages were no strangers to hardship and heartbreak. Yet, they devised a system that, if done well, leads us toward gratitude and compassion, both for ourselves and for others. We will examine numerous texts, from Torah to Talmud to the Zohar.

This class is offered in two different time slots. Please register for either Tuesday mornings or Tuesday evenings.

Tuesday mornings: 9:30-10:45 AM, October 3 – December 12 (No class 11/21)

Tuesday evenings: 7:00-8:00 PM, October 17 – November 14

 

No charge. Everyone is welcome, including drop-ins (but we appreciate your registration in advance). Donations to the CBS Adult Education program are appreciated.

If you’d like to register in advance, contact our program director.


The goal of a life of Torah is to bring more love and healing into the world. How can we do this when there is so much anger and division that surrounds us? Our sages were no strangers to hardship and heartbreak. Yet, they devised a system that, if done well, leads us toward gratitude and compassion, both for ourselves and for others. We will examine numerous texts, from Torah to Talmud to the Zohar.

This class is offered in two different time slots. Please register for either Tuesday mornings or Tuesday evenings.

Tuesday mornings: 9:30-10:45 AM, October 3 – December 12 (No class 11/21)

Tuesday evenings: 7:00-8:00 PM, October 17 – November 14

 

No charge. Everyone is welcome, including drop-ins (but we appreciate your registration in advance). Donations to the CBS Adult Education program are appreciated.

If you’d like to register in advance, contact our program director.


The goal of a life of Torah is to bring more love and healing into the world. How can we do this when there is so much anger and division that surrounds us? Our sages were no strangers to hardship and heartbreak. Yet, they devised a system that, if done well, leads us toward gratitude and compassion, both for ourselves and for others. We will examine numerous texts, from Torah to Talmud to the Zohar.

This class is offered in two different time slots. Please register for either Tuesday mornings or Tuesday evenings.

Tuesday mornings: 9:30-10:45 AM, October 3 – December 12 (No class 11/21)

Tuesday evenings: 7:00-8:00 PM, October 17 – November 14

 

No charge. Everyone is welcome, including drop-ins (but we appreciate your registration in advance). Donations to the CBS Adult Education program are appreciated.

If you’d like to register in advance, contact our program director.


The goal of a life of Torah is to bring more love and healing into the world. How can we do this when there is so much anger and division that surrounds us? Our sages were no strangers to hardship and heartbreak. Yet, they devised a system that, if done well, leads us toward gratitude and compassion, both for ourselves and for others. We will examine numerous texts, from Torah to Talmud to the Zohar.

This class is offered in two different time slots. Please register for either Tuesday mornings or Tuesday evenings.

Tuesday mornings: 9:30-10:45 AM, October 3 – December 12 (No class 11/21)

Tuesday evenings: 7:00-8:00 PM, October 17 – November 14

 

No charge. Everyone is welcome, including drop-ins (but we appreciate your registration in advance). Donations to the CBS Adult Education program are appreciated.

If you’d like to register in advance, contact our program director.


The goal of a life of Torah is to bring more love and healing into the world. How can we do this when there is so much anger and division that surrounds us? Our sages were no strangers to hardship and heartbreak. Yet, they devised a system that, if done well, leads us toward gratitude and compassion, both for ourselves and for others. We will examine numerous texts, from Torah to Talmud to the Zohar.

This class is offered in two different time slots. Please register for either Tuesday mornings or Tuesday evenings.

Tuesday mornings: 9:30-10:45 AM, October 3 – December 12 (No class 11/21)

Tuesday evenings: 7:00-8:00 PM, October 17 – November 14

 

No charge. Everyone is welcome, including drop-ins (but we appreciate your registration in advance). Donations to the CBS Adult Education program are appreciated.

If you’d like to register in advance, contact our program director.


The goal of a life of Torah is to bring more love and healing into the world. How can we do this when there is so much anger and division that surrounds us? Our sages were no strangers to hardship and heartbreak. Yet, they devised a system that, if done well, leads us toward gratitude and compassion, both for ourselves and for others. We will examine numerous texts, from Torah to Talmud to the Zohar.

This class is offered in two different time slots. Please register for either Tuesday mornings or Tuesday evenings.

Tuesday mornings: 9:30-10:45 AM, October 3 – December 12 (No class 11/21)

Tuesday evenings: 7:00-8:00 PM, October 17 – November 14

 

No charge. Everyone is welcome, including drop-ins (but we appreciate your registration in advance). Donations to the CBS Adult Education program are appreciated.

If you’d like to register in advance, contact our program director.


The goal of a life of Torah is to bring more love and healing into the world. How can we do this when there is so much anger and division that surrounds us? Our sages were no strangers to hardship and heartbreak. Yet, they devised a system that, if done well, leads us toward gratitude and compassion, both for ourselves and for others. We will examine numerous texts, from Torah to Talmud to the Zohar.

This class is offered in two different time slots. Please register for either Tuesday mornings or Tuesday evenings.

Tuesday mornings: 9:30-10:45 AM, October 3 – December 12 (No class 11/21)

Tuesday evenings: 7:00-8:00 PM, October 17 – November 14

 

No charge. Everyone is welcome, including drop-ins (but we appreciate your registration in advance). Donations to the CBS Adult Education program are appreciated.

If you’d like to register in advance, contact our program director.


The goal of a life of Torah is to bring more love and healing into the world. How can we do this when there is so much anger and division that surrounds us? Our sages were no strangers to hardship and heartbreak. Yet, they devised a system that, if done well, leads us toward gratitude and compassion, both for ourselves and for others. We will examine numerous texts, from Torah to Talmud to the Zohar.

This class is offered in two different time slots. Please register for either Tuesday mornings or Tuesday evenings.

Tuesday mornings: 9:30-10:45 AM, October 3 – December 12 (No class 11/21)

Tuesday evenings: 7:00-8:00 PM, October 17 – November 14

 

No charge. Everyone is welcome, including drop-ins (but we appreciate your registration in advance). Donations to the CBS Adult Education program are appreciated.

If you’d like to register in advance, contact our program director.


The goal of a life of Torah is to bring more love and healing into the world. How can we do this when there is so much anger and division that surrounds us? Our sages were no strangers to hardship and heartbreak. Yet, they devised a system that, if done well, leads us toward gratitude and compassion, both for ourselves and for others. We will examine numerous texts, from Torah to Talmud to the Zohar.

This class is offered in two different time slots. Please register for either Tuesday mornings or Tuesday evenings.

Tuesday mornings: 9:30-10:45 AM, October 3 – December 12 (No class 11/21)

Tuesday evenings: 7:00-8:00 PM, October 17 – November 14

 

No charge. Everyone is welcome, including drop-ins (but we appreciate your registration in advance). Donations to the CBS Adult Education program are appreciated.

If you’d like to register in advance, contact our program director.


The goal of a life of Torah is to bring more love and healing into the world. How can we do this when there is so much anger and division that surrounds us? Our sages were no strangers to hardship and heartbreak. Yet, they devised a system that, if done well, leads us toward gratitude and compassion, both for ourselves and for others. We will examine numerous texts, from Torah to Talmud to the Zohar.

This class is offered in two different time slots. Please register for either Tuesday mornings or Tuesday evenings.

Tuesday mornings: 9:30-10:45 AM, October 3 – December 12 (No class 11/21)

Tuesday evenings: 7:00-8:00 PM, October 17 – November 14

 

No charge. Everyone is welcome, including drop-ins (but we appreciate your registration in advance). Donations to the CBS Adult Education program are appreciated.

If you’d like to register in advance, contact our program director.

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