Sheltering in Place: What our biblical ancestors can teach us about isolation and reconnection

Sheltering in Place: What our biblical ancestors can teach us about isolation and reconnection

Join us for an exploration of the narratives of several biblical, Talmudic and Jewish historical figures who were isolated from society for various reasons and then had a very hard time (or completely failed at) coming back to effective human interaction. Think Noah, Jonah, Isaac and Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai and his son in the cave (they were so misguided vis a vis their fellow man when they emerged that God sent them back in!) Other examples abound. What lessons can we learn from their struggles that will resonate for the challenges we face today? 

 

Taught by Educator Rhonna Rogol

 

Six Monday evenings from 7 – 8pm

 

November 9 and 16

December 7 and 14

January 4 and 11

 

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