November 9, 2018, 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Writing What We Believe for Those We Love
Rabbi Zaiman will be our guide on a journey into forever letters—what they are, why write them—and how they can be powerful tools to connect us with the people we love.
Join us to welcome Deutsch Scholar-in-Residence, Elana Zaiman, for an exciting weekend known as “The Forever Weekend -Authentic Connection with Ourselves and with Those We Love.”
Rabbi Elana Zaiman is the first woman rabbi spanning six generations of rabbis and the author of The Forever Letter: Writing What We Believe for Those We Love. Rabbi Zaiman describes her mission through her work, writing and life is to bring people together; to enable all people (especially children, elders, and those who feel marginalized in our society) to be heard; to guide people to find meaning in their lives and to live into this meaning; to question the wrongs we encounter and to have the courage to change them; to do our best to right the wrongs we ourselves create; and to appreciate how each one of us is a precious and necessary gift that contributes to the larger whole of our world.