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Freedom For What? On What is Everything Balanced?

Hosted By: Nourishing The Soul

Freedom for What? My Accountability: A Series of 6 Spiritual Workshops

The six-part series will explore how to move toward fuller, more accountable, and purposeful living using the inspiration of the Israelites spiritual journey between Passover and receiving the Torah at Mt. Sinai. Today’s topic is Foundational Strength: On What is Everything Balanced?

On May 11th we will gather to discuss Nobility, Sovereignty & Leadership: Ready to Both Lead and Receive.

 

 

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Tracie Bernstein

Tracie Bernstein is founder and director of NTS Workshops. For 30 years, Tracie has worked in the US and Israel to help people access meaningful Jewish experience. Her NTS Virtual Workshops provide adults Jewish spiritual conversation in a context relevant to our lives .In an open and inclusive environment, we weave together the wisdom of our sages, our modern teachers and each other.
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Nourishing The Soul

Nourishing the Soul Workshops are designed to engage individuals and couples in deep conversation that connects our actions, relationships and everyday reality to the richness and diversity of Jewish thought and tradition. Drawing on the breadth of Jewish sources, along with the experience of attendees, NTS Workshops offer an environment in which to hone our understanding of ourselves, and how we might utilize our People’s wisdom toward a stronger connection with our loved ones and with holiness.
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