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Before You Die, Consider These Rabbinic Thoughts

Hosted By: Keeping It Sacred (KITS)

What are the most important things to think about in life? What will we be held accountable for later? How can we live the best life possible? Learn from the wisdom that was shaped over milenia in the Jewish tradition.

This is one class in a 16-class series called Access Judaism, intentionally designed by Rabbi Heather Miller. Taken together, classes feature a broad spectrum of Jewish subjects in the realm of history, rituals, culture, philosophy, law, and spirituality. These classes, which include post-class reflection questions and responses, can also count towards requirements for conversion or adult B’nai mitzvah.

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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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