Kabbalah Mini Series: The Journey of the soul, life, death & beyond (AP)

Thursday, January 11, 2018, 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Raleigh-Cary JCC
12804 Norwood Road
Raleigh, NC 27613

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During this three week Kabbalah Mini Series p (1/11, 1/18 & 1/25) participants will explore the following concepts:

Embarking upon a Mission
How does Judaism define life?  Where was I before I was born? How do we reconcile Judaism’s emphasis on the here and now with the eternality of the soul? 

What are the reasons people are so scared of talking about death? What is the Jewish Attitude towards Death? What happens to us when we die?  What is the significance of the rituals associated with burial and how do these help the soul?  

What happens to the soul after we die?  Do souls remain connected to their love ones?  Are soul’s able to communicate with us?  What does Judaism say about reincarnation?

About the Teacher:
Yisroel Cotlar is a warm and charismatic Rabbi, mentor, and teacher of Jewish spirituality. For the past 7 years, he and his wife, Rebbetzin Chana Cotlar, have served as co-directors of Chabad of Cary.  Before receiving his Rabbinical Ordination in Brooklyn NY, his love for community outreach brought him to schools, camps, and communities in the UK, Russia, Canada, and Australia.

Rabbi Yisroel’s positive spirit, passion, and sincerity has made him a popular inspirational lecturer.  He is also a well-known “online Rabbi” responding to hundreds of emails each month from Jews around the world. His Torah thoughts and advice column is often featured on the website, www.chabad.org

 Rabbi Yisroel and Rebbetzin Chana are the proud parents of Rivkah (7), Mendel (5), Levi (2), and Eta (1)

RSVP by 1/04/18

JCC Member:  $18.00 for 3 week class      General Community: $36.00 for 3 week class  


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