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Lessons of Tisha B’Av: Processing Grief Today

Hosted By: My Jewish Learning

Jewish tradition is adept at creating ways to process grief and move through it. As we emerge from the pandemic, how might the solemn day of Tisha B’Av, which commemorates the destruction of the Temples, help us remember and move forward? Join My Jewish Learning, with Rabbi David Levin and Reb Simcha Raphael as they share insights into how Judaism has historically responded to crisis and catastrophe, memorializing sad experiences while moving beyond them.

Reb Simcha and Rabbi David are co-editors (with Rabbi Dayle Friedman) of the new book, Jewish End Of Life Care In A Virtual Age: Our Traditions Reimagined.


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Reb Simcha Raphael

Reb Simcha Raphael, Ph.D., is Founding Director of DA’AT INSTITUTE, and available for adult education and professional development programs on death awareness education, bereavement counseling skills, rituals of death and mourning, and the spirituality of afterlife, near-death experiences, and reincarnation. In addition, as a bereavement therapist and pastoral counselor, Dr. Simcha Raphael offers individual and family grief counseling, bereavement groups and works with families to create meaningful death, burial and mourning rituals.
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Rabbi David Levin

Rabbi David Levin focuses on bringing Jewish wisdom to seekers of meaning.  He is the Founder and Director of Jewish Relationships Initiative, a 501(c)3 focused on outreach.  Trained at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (NY), Rabbi David draws from the Jewish tradition's many streams, considering himself a lamplighter along life's journey rather than a gatekeeper. Rabbi Levin teaches "The Ethical Legacy Will, Jewish Wisdom Reimagined"- a new approach to the Ethical Will, making it more relevant and accessible, as well as other end-of-life challenges. Rabbi Levin is the co-editor of the acclaimed book Jewish End-of-Life Care in a Virtual Age: Our Traditions Reimagined.
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