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Rabbi Avraham Greenbaum is coming to speak in the bay area

Posted by kneidalach on November 13, 2007

Rabbi Avraham Greenbaum is the author of over twenty five books and an internationally-known teacher of Torah spirituality, Healing, Chassidut and Kabbalah. The Rabbi is the founder and director of the organization “Azamra”.Rabbi Greenbaum

Azamara is a Hebrew word meaning “I will sing!”. The keynote of all Azamra’s work is the te aching of Rabbi Nachman Breslov (1772-1810) based on Psalms 146:2:”Azamra! I will sing to my God as long as I live!” “The way to sing the song of joy is by seeing the good in all people, especially in ourselves. Each good point is one more note in the song of life!”

He’s speaking in the following days:

Tuesday, Nov 13 Palo Alto Congregation Emek Brachah
4102 El Camino Real Palo Alto, CA 94306 Phone: (650) 857-1800
rabbi@emekberacha.org
THE HOUSE ON THE MOUNTAIN-
With the world under serious threat from global
warming and other dangers to the environment, Jews need greater awareness
that the Temple we pray for is designed to bring ecological balance. The
different ways in which Abraham, Isaac and Jacob conceived the Temple – as a
“Mountain”, a “Field” and a “House” – are replete with timely teachings on
environmental responsibility.

Wednesday, November 14 Palo Alto Kol Emeth
(No information yet)

Thursday November 15 Berkeley Beit Midrash Ohr HaChaim
1380 Hopkins St.(corner of Acton) Berkeley, Ca 94702 Phone #510-558-0536 Admission $12-15
Secrets of the Future Temple An experiential adventure of meditation, music
and study of the design and rituals of the future Temple as prophesied by
Ezekiel and explained in an outstanding Kabbalistic classic by Rabbi Moshe
Chaim Luzzatto (“Ramchal”).
Why does the world need the Temple? What will
the Temple do for us? What should we do for the Temple?

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