Scholar-In-Residence Naomi Levy

Kol Emeth welcomes Rabbi Naomi Levy for a truly memorable weekend of spiritual exploration and song!

Events:
Friday, March 16, 6:00pm
Home of Patty and Mike Krigel
6:00pm – Daven
7:00pm – Potluck Dinner (Please follow the Kol Emeth Kashrut Guidelines)
8:15pm – Einstein and the Rabbi: Rabbi Naomi Levy leads us in a search into the mystery of a letter by Einstein and into the workings of the human soul. Address provided upon registration. Please visit: tinyurl.com/naomilevy2018

Saturday, March 17

Oshman Family JCC – 3921 Fabian Way, Palo Alto
11:15am – Shabbat Morning D’var Torah. “Sometimes a Push Gets You Going ON Your Way: Finding the Power to Move From Intention to Action.”
1:30pm – Shabbat Shiur. “Following the Call of Your Soul: Where Are You On Your Soul’s Journey?”

Sunday, March 18, 10:30am – 12:00pm
2525 E. Charleston, Suite 204, Mountain View
“From Your Mouth to God’s Ear: Talking to God, How to Make Payer Come Alive In Your Life.” Includes an opportunity to purchase a signed copy of Rabbi Levy’s book, “Einstein and the Rabbi.”

Naomi Levy’s new book is called “Einstein and the Rabbi.” She is the author of the national bestseller “To Begin Again, as well as “Talking to God and Hope Will Find You.” She is the founder and leader of NASHUVA, a groundbreaking Jewish spiritual outreach movement based in Los Angeles. Levy was named one of the top 50 rabbis in America by Newsweek and has appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Today Show, and on NPR. She was the first class of women to enter the Jewish Theological Seminary, and the first female rabbi to head a pulpit on the west coast. Naomi lives in Venice, CA with her husband, Rob Eshman. They have two children, Adi and Noa.

Praise for Rabbi Levy’s recent book, Einstein and the Rabbi:
“Naomi Levy examines life’s polarities: birth and death, love and loss, faith and doubt. With keen insight, she shows how each duality is connected by the viat force we call ‘the soul.’ This is a lovely, tender book that will illuminate and inspire.”
-Jerome Groopman, Recanti Professor, Harvard Medical School and author of The Anatomy of Hope.”

“Levy shows us a soulful way to navigate a materialist world. Einstein and the Rabbi is a heartwarming and lucid reflection on balancing your life and schooling your heart.”
-Dahne Merkin, author of This Close to Happy: A Reckoning With Depression.”

Post archive date: Sunday March 18th, 2018