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Grief, Anger and Unresolved Feelings: Dealing with the Death of Someone who Hurt Us

Hosted By: Keeping It Sacred (KITS)

Join for a discussion about the grief, anger, and unresolved feelings we may have as we deal with the death of someone who has hurt us. What does tradition say? What has helped us? Where might we find spiritual strength? (*This program was envisioned by the participants of our recent Access Judaism program called “When Bad things Happen to Good People,” and is open to everyone.)


Keeping It Sacred programs are free for all because we uphold the value of keruv/accessibility; voluntary financial contributions to help offset the cost of these programs are greatly appreciated. Thank you for powering this sacred work.
No experience necessary. All are welcome.

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Teacher

Rabbi Heather Miller

Rabbi Heather Miller is an inspiring, intellectual, and down-to-earth spiritual guide. She Founded Keeping It Sacred (KITS), a center dedicated to surfacing sacred ancient wisdom in ways that are accessible, relevant and empowering. She is an award-winning author, social justice advocate, community leader, and educator who hails from an interfaith, international, inclusive family. For more information, please click here.
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Keeping It Sacred (KITS)

Keeping It Sacred (KITS) is a center for the exploration of texts and rituals that are accessible, relevant, and empowering. Our mission is to inspire bold, joyful, meaningful living.
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