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Sunday, September 1 • 11:00am - 12:15pm
Tikkun Atzmi: Restoration Of The Self: A Workshop On Rededicating Ourselves To Our Deepest Values

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A personal workshop to explore and rededicate ourselves to our deepest values. As we approach the High Holidays, we are supposed to do a cheshbon hanefesh, an accounting of soul. In this workshop, we will partner with others to clarify our deepest values, explore how those values operate in our lives, and rededicate ourselves to actualizing values in the coming year. The results are often surprising and moving. Write yourself into your own book of life this year, and give yourself the gift of tikkun atzmi, a restoration and rededication of the self.

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Paul Wolpe

Director, Center for Ethics, Emory University
The Director of the Emory Center for Ethics, I am passionate about AHA! moments, when we see the world in a new way. I have tried to champion using the arts as vehicles to talk about social and ethical dilemmas; to challenge our comfortable assumptions (and to have mine challenged); to use the ancient wisdom of the Jewish tradition to ask new questions in old ways (or is it old questions in new ways..?) I believe we need to balance intellectual... Read More →


Sunday September 1, 2013 11:00am - 12:15pm
Spiritual Center

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