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Sunday, February 23 • 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Mussar Practice: Closing the Gap Between How You Want to Behave and Actually Do!

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The Hebrew term Mussar, means instruction toward ethical discipline, or conduct. The term was used by the Mussar  Movement to refer to the disciplined efforts to further ethical and spiritual development. Join Deborah Newbrun for an experiential introduction to Mussar practice. We’ll take a look at what are called our soul-traits, and what we can do to polish up our act.

Deborah Newbrun’s participation in Limmud Miami is made possible with generous support from The Covenant Foundation.

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Deborah Newbrun

Jewish Educator, Covenant Grant Winner, Get Set Go Community Adventures
Deborah Newbrun is the co-author of "Spirit In Nature/Teaching Judaism and Ecology on the Trail." She has worked as a naturalist and Jewish educator for the past 35 years and served 26 of those years as Director of Camp Tawonga, a Jewish overnight camp near Yosemite. Deborah received... Read More →


Sunday February 23, 2020 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Room 124 Koven Center - FIU

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