Me'ah Select


Me’ah Select is a one semester, in-depth exploration of a specific theme, text, personality, or slice of Jewish history, taught by outstanding faculty from  Me’ah Classic.

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Special Me’ah Select Spring Seminar:
Old Wine, New Vessels: A Hasidic Master Addresses Today’s Seekers (Part Two)
Instructor: Rabbi Arthur Green

Mondays, 12:30–2 p.m. (EST), April 12–June 14
$225; Generous financial aid is available
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Hebrew College Rector Rabbi Arthur Green will be lead a second eight-session seminar series on Zoom, exploring selected texts from his recent translation of the Hasidic Classic Meʾor ʿEynayim, “The Light of the Eyes,” which he describes as “a guide to the cultivation of spiritual awareness and the implications of such awareness and the implications of such awareness of one’s emotional and moral life.” Participants will connect with the deep spiritual wisdom and healing powers of Hasidic teachings and will explore how Hasidism can spiritually re-invigorate Judaism in today’s contemporary world. Open to all learners. Part 1 is not a requirement for this class.

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  • time Adults of all ages
  • location Online during 2020-2021 academic year
  • duration One semester
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