An event every week that begins at 11:30 am on Saturday, repeating until September 19, 2021
No, that isn’t a typo. Lots of people talk about the New Year. Rabbi Daniel was born on the secular New Year, and the Mishnah lists four different “heads of the year” (for trees, the state, herd animals, and God). In September, our chanting circle will instead focus on the “Now Year,” how we need to be present to each moment, not stuck in the past or lost in dreams about the future. What can help us become more mindful and more “heartful” about all the blessings and all the pain that surround us? Our September chants will give us paths toward full presence, so that the Now Year can be a sweet one. On September 4, we’ll meet for a full hour, both in person at Temple Hesed and online. On the 11th and the 18th, we’ll meet for about a half hour, only online. There will be no Chanting Circle on the 25th due to Rabbi Daniel’s travels.
To join us on Zoom, just click here or from the Zoom app, enter Meeting ID: 835 7003 0002 and Passcode: Gratitude