In this series, we’ll investigate whether and how we might be able to change our characters. Using sources ranging from the Talmud to Maimonides’s Mishneh Torah, to the Musar movement, we’ll explore how our characters are formed, and what tools we might have when we decided that we need to change our dispositions and tendencies for the better.
We’ll pay particular attention to the role that interpersonal interactions between students and teachers and between friends can play in this process.
Dates: August 24, 31, Sept 7
Time: 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm eastern
This class will be live streamed on the following platforms:
- Drisha Live
- Facebook Live
- Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_dBcQGIsYQZC5ZZz9au6JrQ
- Webinar ID: 863 3037 7954
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Note: If you attend four or more series consistently over Elul, you qualify as a Drisha Elul Fellow. Elul Fellows will have access to additional classes and discussions with members of the Drisha faculty.