Jewish Practices of Resilience in Crisis

at Congregation Beth Am
26790 Arastradero Rd
Los Altos Hills, CA
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Unexpectedly, Jews around the world are experiencing intense anguish, and Israel’s prime minister is warning us to be prepared for a long and bitter war – and this on top of an already daunting mental health crisis in America. And yet, Jewish culture, religion, and spirituality have, alas, a lot of experience with crisis. This evening, we’ll explore some of the practices of resilience that Judaism has developed over the centuries, and how they might be employed today in our own personal and communal lives.

This talk is part of a  Scholar in Residence weekend at Congregation Beth Am.