Temple Beth Abraham’s Adult Ed. Committee presents: “Exploring a New Model of Teshuvah (Repentance) & Personal Growth” with Marcia Meislin on Zoom.As the High Holydays
approach, Jewish tradition
asks us to take a personal inventory
of our behaviors & atone for our sins.
We make resolutions to do better/be
better; but sometimes this process
awakens our inner critic telling us we are
not good enough; can never repair our relationships with ourselves or others.
In this discussion we will explore a new model for sustainable “at-one-ment.”
We will learn how to listen & with a more forgiving approach to ourselves, we will be able to look more kindly at the ÔimperfectÕ people around us.
Can you hear that shofar blowing?
ThereÕs a new teshuvah in town.
Marcia Meislin was a grateful member of Temple Beth Abraham and co-founder of the TBA Shabbaton. She currently lives in Manhattan where she integrates her training in leadership, Gestalt therapy and coaching, Jewish renewal, and spirituality. She is the author of in leadership, Gestalt therapy and coaching, Jewish renewal, and spirituality. She is the author of The Goodbye Cookie: A Memoir about Never Giving Up chronicling her 150 pound weight loss, which she sustains one day at a time.
Please register at https://bit.ly/TBA-Meislin to receive the zoom link for the program.