- Adult Learning
Tikkun Middot: The Practice of Living an Ethical Life (Online)
- Wednesday, April 12
- 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
- Program Leader: Alison Kur & Firkins Reed
Why is it so often difficult to live the loving lives to which we aspire? How can we become wiser and more responsive, instead of triggered and reactive? Tikkun middot is a Jewish practice for cultivating desirable middot, or character traits, including generosity, patience, balance, trust, and courage. The practice is grounded in Jewish teachings, mindfulness practice, and peer to peer exploration. It is a powerful and practical tool for aligning our actions with our most deeply held values. Tikkun middot practice is for anyone who wants to more often be their “best self” in the actions of daily life.
This class, which meets twice per month, is open to new and returning participants. If you are new to this class, please also sign up here for the two-session introduction. If you are taking the introduction course, or If you have studied this practice in the past and would like to join the group, please be in touch with Lynn Burke [email protected].
Dates: Wednesdays, November 9 & 30, December 14, January 4 & 18, February 1, March 1, 15 & 29, April 12 & 26, May 10
This event will take place through a video conference call. Pre-registration is required by contacting Lynn Burke [email protected]. For classes that meet for multiple sessions, you only need to register once. You will be able to use the same Zoom link to access each session of the class. If you’re new to Zoom, watch a tutorial or read written instructions on how to join a Zoom video call.