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From Friday 04 May 2012
To Saturday 05 May 2012
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crispe.jpgSara Esther Crispe

Mrs. Crispe is the editor and creator of TheJewishWoman.org, the former director of The Institute for Advanced Learning for Jewish Women and an internationally  acclaimed lecturer and teacher.



Friday Night May 4    7:45pm
Women’s Shabbat Dinner and Lecture
at the home of Mrs. Dassie New  Couvert: $25
205 Zeblin Rd Atlanta 30342
Topic: Transforming Darkness Into Light

* Candle Lighting and Kabbalat Shabbat service at the New’s home
** Security will be provided for those walking home


Saturday May 5    10:30am - 11:30am
Coffee and Lecture at CBT Couvert: $10
Topic: Mind Control: The Power of Our Thought

 
Saturday Afternoon May 5    5pm - 6:30pm
Oneg and Lecture  Couvert: $10
At the home of Merle Solomon
5400 High Point Manor, Atlanta 30342
Topic: Did You Hear What I Meant to Say?
A Torah Approach to Successful Communication


 
RSVP by May 2, 2012 online HERE
or call (404) 843-2464 x104 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Topics:
 
Transforming Darkness Into Light
Every time we turn on the news, another disaster is being
reported. We are constantly bombarded with news of death and destruction, terrorism, natural disasters, and illness. How does one remain positive with so many terrible things happening around us? Learn how the Torah teaches us to maintain our faith and not only endure difficult times but transform them.
 
Mind Control: The Power of Our Thought
Does it really matter what we think if we don’t ever speak those thoughts, let alone act on them? I mean isn’t daydreaming harmless? Aren’t our actions all that really count? Join Sara Esther Crispe as we delve into the inner dimensions of our foundational characteristics, learn how they are the basis for how we interact with the world around us, and discover just how much power they have, and more importantly, how much power we have over them.
 
Did You Hear What I Meant to Say?
A Torah Approach to Successful Communication
Speech is what defines u s as human beings. How we speak determines the type of human beings that we are. This class demonstrates how to properly communicate feelings of need, hurt, and criticism in a constructive and loving manner. Through discussing five levels of    communication, according to Chassidut and Kabbalah, we will see how verbal communication is not only the essential foundation to a healthy relationship but an intrinsic part and predecessor to any form of physical contact.
 
 
 

 
 


Location : CBT
Contact : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , (404) 843-2464 x104
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