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Spirit: Rising on Eagles’ Wings: Cultivating Resilience in the Face of Life’s Challenges

Hosted By: Temple Israel Center

Weaving personal stories and rabbinic wisdom, Rabbi Artson will explore spiritual and emotional resources for cultivating resilience. Drawing on life as the father of an adult son with autism, he will guide participants on a path of affirming the many ways to be human, to nurture our souls and those of others, and to face life’s challenges with faith, strength, courage, compassion, and persistence.

Email Beth Levick at b.levick@templeisraelcenter.org for the Zoom link.

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Rabbi Dr Bradley Shavit Artson

Rabbi Dr Bradley Shavit Artson holds the Abner and Roslyn Goldstine Dean’s Chair of the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies and is Vice President of American Jewish University in Los Angeles and Professor of Philosophy, he is particularly interested in theology, ethics, and the integration of science and religion. He is also dean of the Zacharias Frankel College in Potsdam, Germany, ordaining Conservative rabbis for Europe.
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Temple Israel Center

From our beginnings in 1907 to our current status as a leading egalitarian, Conservative synagogue, Temple Israel Center has been an important force in the White Plains, NY community, and in the Conservative movement.
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