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May 2019

Lovesick: Dark Tales of Friendship w/B. Steinberg 7:30 pm

May 14 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 7:30 pm on Tuesday, repeating until May 28, 2019

Lovesick:  Dark Tales of Friendship  with Bernie Steinberg: The rabbinic maxim “Either friendship or death!” underscores the vital importance of friendship in the Jewish tradition.  Havruta—dialogical conversation between friends— is the primary medium of Torah learning and spiritual growth. One midrash even argues that friends are more important than family because we freely choose our friends. Yet we know from experience that friendship, like family, while a huge blessing can provoke complex conflict and evoke profound pain. Bernie Steinberg —…

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Lovesick: Dark Tales of Friendship w/B. Steinberg 7:30 pm

May 21 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 7:30 pm on Tuesday, repeating until May 28, 2019

Lovesick:  Dark Tales of Friendship  with Bernie Steinberg: The rabbinic maxim “Either friendship or death!” underscores the vital importance of friendship in the Jewish tradition.  Havruta—dialogical conversation between friends— is the primary medium of Torah learning and spiritual growth. One midrash even argues that friends are more important than family because we freely choose our friends. Yet we know from experience that friendship, like family, while a huge blessing can provoke complex conflict and evoke profound pain. Bernie Steinberg —…

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Lovesick: Dark Tales of Friendship w/B. Steinberg 7:30 pm

May 28 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 7:30 pm on Tuesday, repeating until May 28, 2019

Lovesick:  Dark Tales of Friendship  with Bernie Steinberg: The rabbinic maxim “Either friendship or death!” underscores the vital importance of friendship in the Jewish tradition.  Havruta—dialogical conversation between friends— is the primary medium of Torah learning and spiritual growth. One midrash even argues that friends are more important than family because we freely choose our friends. Yet we know from experience that friendship, like family, while a huge blessing can provoke complex conflict and evoke profound pain. Bernie Steinberg —…

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