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Time is on My Side: The Difference between Shabbat, Holidays and Rosh Chodesh (12/29/2010)
Speaker:   Bergstein, Rabbi Eliyahu
Series: Philosophy
Lecture Details:  (Part of the Winter Week of Learning 2010: Time is on My Side) (We relate to time as an ongoing phenomenon, and its inevitable passage is the subject of consternation for most of us. But time, according to Torah, is not simply broken down into the temporal past, present and futures. Similar to visible light that can be separated into a distinct rainbow of colors, time is also composed of different segments, each unique with its own special qualities. In this Week of Learning, we�ll examine the different essences, their potentials and discover ways to utilize time to its fullest in order to transcend its perceived limitations.)
Library: Jewish Renaissance Center  View All Lectures
Level: N/A
Age: All Ages
Gender: both
Length: 1 hour 
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