Thursday, January 05, 2006

שובי שובי השולמית שובי שובי ונחזה בך

Our friends over at AishDas
and the Yavneh Minyan of Flatbush
are teaming up for a shabbatón.

The Shevil haZahav

Finding Balance:
Socially, Emotionally, Spiritually

Topics
Ma'avir al Midosav: are we (to be) a nation of doormats?
Choosing Ahavah: can emotions be commanded?
Simple Emunah and Philosophical Knowledge

Speakers
R' Moshe Sokol: Rav, Yavneh Minyan of Flatbush; Dean, Lander College.
R' Micha Berger: Founder, AishDas Society, lecturer on Mussar.
R' Yaakov Feldman: Director, Machon Binah; Hospice care; Translator.
R' Gil Student: Founder, Yashar Books.

7 Comments:

Blogger rabbi neil fleischmann said...

When?
I misplaced needed info - so forgive the public invite, but - would you like to come for Shabbos lunch? The meal is definitely happening, with some already RSPVed.

1/05/2006 5:29 PM  
Blogger Steg (dos iz nit der šteg) said...

Sorry, this shabbaton is this Shabbos, so i'll be in Brooklyn. But definitely some other time!

(i feel unfortunately popular; this is the third meal invite i've had to turn down this week. now if they were better spaced out over a number of other weeks, instead of all the one week i can't make any of them...)

1/05/2006 6:01 PM  
Blogger Eshet Chayil said...

sounds fun. enjoy.

1/06/2006 9:36 AM  
Blogger AMSHINOVER said...

wher is this rhing and if there is no shala shudos you can stop by my shteieble you recall where it is?

1/06/2006 11:09 AM  
Blogger Steg (dos iz nit der šteg) said...

Eshet:

thanks!

Amshinover:

I remember where your shtibl is.
This thing is at the Yavneh Minyan, which is in the building of the Shulamith School.

1/06/2006 12:02 PM  
Blogger dilbert said...

not to pick nits with a diqduq geek(and knowing embarrassingly little diqduq myself, but shouldn't it be she'vil or sh'vil, othewise we wind up pronouncing it she ville, as in the village of the women.

1/11/2006 5:58 PM  
Blogger Steg (dos iz nit der šteg) said...

Dilbert:

I actually just copied this from the AishDas website; the first E just represents the sheva’ na‘.

"She-ville" is funny... so is "E-ville" ;-)

1/11/2006 6:45 PM  

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