The Mussar is a Jewish ethical education approach based on a branch of study which was popularized in the 11th century. It is a practice aimed at refining one’s character to become a better person through deep study and personal reflection centered on a set of Middot (soul traits) like humility, patience, and gratitude. Join Rabbi Steinlauf in a monthly Zoom room to learn about two Middot each month, each participant will be matched with an accountability partner, or chevruta, who you will be asked to check in with mid-way through each month.
The book Everyday Holiness is recommended reading for this course, but not required.
This course begins on February 8, 2022 and will meet every month for five months (Feb 8, Mar 8, Apr 5, May 3, Jun 7 )
Class size is limited, so register early!