Mitzvot of Daily Living: Reminders to put the Good in your Life Every Day
Torah commands: "Kedoshiom tee'heeyu/You shall be holy" (Leviticus 19:1)
This directive of "being holy" is found throughout Torah and dominates traditional Jewish ritiual. Some of thses rituals make sense to us as liberal Jews; some may strike us as odd, strange, or even irrelevant.
Join us to explore how traditional Judaism transformed the change of living a holy life into daily acts that help us tru to do good, be good on a regular basis.
NOTE: Some sessions are is R-rated; mature content included. For all levels of knowledge
All classes are on Sundays from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
in the Davis Family Social Hall
The influnce of symbols: Mezuzah, Tallit & T'fillin
You are what you eat: Kashrut
The power of gratefulness: Brachot
January 29, 2017
Making the ordinary holy: Personal interactions (including sex)