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Looking Into It: A Rabbinic Guide to Personal Growth

Hosted By: The Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning

In the classic rabbinic text, Pirkei Avot, the rabbis of late antiquity offer wisdom to guide us to become our best selves. Pirkei Avot suggests how we can improve upon our interpersonal (and intrapersonal) skills and develop an openness to learning and growth, which are at the heart of Jewish living. As we analyze the many diverse rabbinic statements in this ancient text, we will glean intriguing (and humorous) observations about relationships with ourselves, family, and friends. Join Melton for this two-part series with hit Melton teacher Abby Eisenberg as she explores this essential text that is full of insights into human nature.

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Abby Eisenberg

Abby Eisenberg is community educator and lifecycle officiant based in NYC. She is the founder and lead educator of Judaics Tutoring NYC, through which she and her team of educators teach learners around the globe who wish to connect to Jewish learning and living in ways that most resonate with them. Abby currently teaches adults at the JCC Manhattan, 92NY, Center for Conversion to Judaism, My Jewish Learning, the Wexner Field Fellowship. She holds a BA in history from Yeshiva University, an MA in Judaic studies from the Jewish Theological Seminary and private rabbinic ordination. When Abby is not teaching and learning, she is hiking or rock scrambling. You can learn more about Abby at www.explorejewish.com
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The Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning

Melton is a pluralistic Jewish educational network that engages adult learners in accessible study of Jewish texts and ideas.
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