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A Time to Work on Ourselves

Hosted By: Pardes

Ayeka and Pardes Presents: A Time to Work on Ourselves: Loving More, Complaining Less; Wisdom from a Modern Mystic – Rav Kook.

The fee is $36 for the 4-part series.

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Rabbi Aryeh Ben David

Aryeh Ben David founded Ayeka: Center for Soulful Education, in 2008. This initiative came after almost 20 years of work in formal and experiential Jewish educational settings. Aryeh taught at the Pardes Institute in Jerusalem since 1987, and was a member of the Senior Faculty and Director of Spiritual Education. He also served as the Rabbinical Educational Consultant for Hillel International from 2004 – 2007, and spearheaded their spiritual initiative throughout the United States. Aryeh grew up outside of NYC and studied psychology at Vassar College. He came to Israel in 1978, studied at the Meretz yeshiva in Mevasseret Zion and received Rabbinic ordination from the Israeli Rabbinate. He served in the Israeli army and now lives in Efrat, Gush Etzion, with his wife Sandra and their six children.
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Pardes is a Jewish learning community based in Jerusalem, with programs and events worldwide.
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