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Hearing Aggadic Voices: Ancient Wisdom Learned Anew



Dani Segal / May 1, 2014

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Talmudic tales speak candidly of the complexities of adult life within a community shaped by a rabbinic value system. Gender relations, status, loyalty, competition, marriage, parenting, and exclusion are probed within an intricately-woven context of community life, exposing emotions such as envy, guilt, desire, and vulnerability.

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Part 1 - 01/21/2014

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Part 2 - 01/28/2014

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Part 3 - 02/04/2014

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Part 4 - 02/11/2014

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Part 5 - 02/18/2014

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Part 6 - 02/25/2014

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Part 7 - 04/04/2014

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Part 8 - 03/11/2014

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Part 9 - 03/18/2014

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Part 10 - 03/25/2014

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Source Sheets

  Part 1 Posted: 01/21/2014
  Part 2 Posted: 01/28/2014
  Part 6 Posted: 02/25/2014
  Part 7 Posted: 03/04/2014
  Part 8 Posted: 03/11/2014
  Part 9 Posted: 03/18/2014
  Part 10 Posted: 03/25/2014

Dani Segal

Dani Segal has taught in the June Kollel and continuing education program at Drisha. He attended the Hesder Yeshiva, Har Etzion and served in the IDF as a paratrooper. He has a BA in Hebrew Literature from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, rabbinic ordination from the office of the Chief Rabbinate of Israel, and is pursuing an M A in Hebrew Literature from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He is the Community Rabbi of the Yishuv Alon - a heterogeneous Israeli community committed to secular-religious coexistence. He is a founding member of Ein Prat Academy of Leadership, an educational secular-religious program for pre and post army participants, and is the founder and director of Desert Premarital Retreats- specializing in communication in marriage. Click here to access podcasts recorded by Dani Segal.


 

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