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Creativity as a Jewish Spiritual Practice

Hosted By: American Jewish University

After Covid hit, we were all faced with a pressing question: how can we–even in the bleakest days of working-from-home, remote-schooling, and too-much-togetherness–carve out a little creative time for ourselves? This personal time–what Eve Rodsky calls Unicorn Space–isn’t just a luxury, she explains. But how do we find any time for ourselves in a moment when we have less autonomy than we’ve ever had? What does our Jewish tradition teach about cultivating creativity as a personal spiritual practice? Join author, Eve Rodsky and Rabbi Sherre Hirsch to develop your own creative spiritual journey using Jewish teachings to reclaim time and creativity during your busy day. Buy the book HERE

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