Humility Anger Gratitude Trust
What do these mean in your life?
Winter is a season of turning in, the branches give up their blooming, even the sun seems to take a break. It's a time of turning inward for all living things and offers an opportunity not just to survive, but to thrive.
This winter...have a breakthrough; experience the full flow of vitality and inner light in your life.Beginning Tuesday, January 8, 2013, Temple Beth David is beginning A Season of Mussar three-month introductory course. A Season of Mussar is a complete program that provides congregations and communities with materials and processes with which to build spiritual community at the local level through a supervised Mussar program. A Season of Mussar groups have already taken place in Chicago, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Vancouver, Seattle, Dallas, Denver, Ann Arbor and many more locations. Participants have consistently reported a high level of satisfaction with the program. Individuals engage in intensive learning and practice supported by a combined use of personal study and face-to-face meetings. A Season of Mussar runs over 13 weeks. Each middah (soul-trait) on the curriculum is studied for two weeks, and so over the course of the full three-month program a total of six middot are studied. Every two weeks, we will meet locally to address questions on the middah and to discuss progress and insights in a supportive and engaging group environment.
Join us Tuesday Nights, January 8th & 22nd from 7pm—8:30pm at the JCC in Room 1
If you have any questions or are interested in participating, please contact Howard Brill at 585-264-1691 or email@example.com
For those looking to experience powerful spiritual community, reinforced commitment and deepened learning, A Season of Mussar with Temple Beth David is the perfect opportunity for growth this winter.
Thank you to the Mussar Institute