Rabbi Patricia Karlin-Neumann: Friendship in the Bible and Rabbinic Texts (Zoom only)
November 9 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
“When two sit and study together, the Shechina dwells among them.” (Pirke Avot) Judaism’s unique mode of study is called “chavruta”—from the Hebrew root, “chaver” meaning friend. Friendship is inherently about learning—from another, about oneself, about the world beyond oneself. We will explore what Jewish sources teach about friendship. This course is best experienced when shared with a friend, so bring a friend to be your study partner!
3 sessions, Thursdays, November 2, 9 & 16 @7-8:30pm, on Zoom