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Dawn: Dancing through the Darkness with Rebbe Nachman of Breslev (8-class series)

Hosted By: ZIVUG

Rebbe Nachman teaches that God is found even in moments so lonely and dark that divine hiddenness itself is hidden.

Join Rabbis Getzel Davis and David Curiel for an exploration of Reb Nachman’s teachings, stories, and practices designed specifically for dark times of life. The class will arc metaphorically from darkness to dawn even as the Northern Hemisphere follows the calendrical trajectory from the month of Shvat’s darkness, through the month of Adar hiddenness and reversal, and culminating on the cusp of Passover—the light of our collective redemption from Egypt.

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Teacher

Rabbi Getzel Davis

Rabbi Getzel Davis is founder of ZIVUG. He works as a rabbi and educator at Harvard Hillel and also as an Harvard University Chaplain, where much of his work is to engage unobservant students. He is also the adviser for the Conservative Minyan, teaches regular classes, and counsels students, faculty, and community members. Rabbi Getzel is also the founder and executive director of Unorthodox Celebrations, a service that connects unaffiliated Jews with inspiring rabbis and cantors nationwide to facilitate meaningful weddings, bar mitzvahs and baby namings.
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ZIVUG

ZIVUG provides counseling and learning opportunities for couples and parents.
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