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Kol HaN’Shama: Being Present

Hosted By: Temple Beth El of Boca Raton

Guest speaker, Rabbi Lisa Goldstein joins us to teach a class on mindfulness. Our psalms each us, “Kol Hanshama T’hallel Ya” Everything that has breath praises Your name. What does this truly mean? What does it mean to be present in the moment? How do we stay present in a world filled with distractions?

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Teacher

Rabbi Lisa Goldstein

Rabbi Lisa Goldstein is a rabbi, teacher and facilitator with almost 25 years of executive experience. For many years I was the director of Hillel of San Diego, where I loved creating vibrant, welcoming communities for all kinds of college students. More recently, I led the Institute for Jewish Spirituality, a global leader of Jewish mindfulness and spiritual practices. I have taught Jewish mindfulness meditation, prayer, and spiritual practice in various contexts for 20 years.
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Host

Temple Beth El of Boca Raton

Welcome to Temple Beth El of Boca Raton, one of the most vibrant and highly respected Reform congregations in the U.S.

From a small group of committed pioneers who formed the Boca Raton Hebrew Congregation in 1967, Temple Beth El of Boca Raton has grown to be the largest congregation in our area, a center of Jewish tradition, connection, culture, learning, and community. Throughout our history we have sought to create a spirit of warmth, intimacy, and vitality in all that we are and do, welcoming all people who wish to pursue a meaningful Jewish life. We believe strongly in making a difference in each member’s life, in the larger community, in Israel, and in our world.

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