An event every week that begins at 8:30am on Wednesday, repeating until Wednesday, December 22, 2021
In person and online.
Weekly through December 22 (no sessions November 17 & 24)
Judaism can help us align our actions and words with our “best selves” as we learn to become less reactive and habit-driven, and instead respond more wisely as a partner, a friend, a parent, and colleague. The ancient Jewish practice of developing desirable character traits, tikkun middot, is a powerful, practical tool for aligning our actions with our most deeply held values. Tikkun middot practice is for anyone who wants to be their “best selves” more often in the small and large actions of daily life—in traffic, in meetings, in interactions with family and friends, and when life is particularly challenging. Join Rabbi Mosbacher as we explore these traits and support each other as we grow into and through them.
If you plan to attend in person, please review our Building Entry Policies.Please have proof of vaccination or negative PCR test and complete our Health Screener before entering the TST building. Masks must also be worn when inside.