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“Wise Aging” with Rabbi Eiduson

Rabbi Lisa Eiduson has been leading a three-part workshop on "Wise Aging", based on the book by the same title by Rabbi Rachel Cowan and Dr. Linda Thal. Learn how to navigate the challenges of aging to find joy and meaning in your life. 

Date: Monday, June 4

Time: 9:30am - 11:00am

This is the 3rd and final session. Please join us even if you missed the earlier sessions!

Location: Congregation B'nai Torah

Cost: Free for CBT members, $10 for non-members

Registration: None

Recommended advance reading: "Wise Aging" by Rabbi Rachel Cowan and Dr. Linda Thal
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Contact: Jane Golder ([email protected])

Please join us for the third and final session in our Adult Learning Series "Wise Aging." Though our series will conclude with the session on June 4th, the objective of this session will be to provide you with resources so that you can continue your journey along Wise Aging both independently and together with others. We will explore practice-based ways to live more fully and mindfully through such avenues as journal-writing, peer meditation groups, online contemplative study opportunities and more. 
We will use the following text by the twentieth century Jewish rabbi and philosopher Abraham Joshua Heschel to guide us in our June 4th session:
 “Old age is not a defeat but a victory, not a punishment but a privilege. The test of a people is how it behaves toward the old...humanity's potential for change and growth is much greater than we are willing to admit and old age (can) be regarded not as the age of stagnation but as the age of opportunities for inner growth."
All are welcome!