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Malya Kurzweil Levin

Malya Kurzweil Levin is a second year student at Brooklyn Law School and has held internships in the areas of asylum and human rights law, as well as elder and health care law. Before going back to school, Malya worked in the world of Jewish education for four years. She has studied Torah at Midreshet Harova in the Old City of Jerusalem, Machon Alte in Tzfat, as well as Drisha and the Hadar Beit Midrash on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. She lives with her husband in Park Slope, Brooklyn.

Finding Meaning in Shabbat

A Panel Discussion

Dasee Berkowitz, David Ingber, Marc Katz, Malya Kurzweil Levin, DovBer Pinson, Karina Zilberman

Ritual, Prayer & Spirituality, Shabbat

As Shabbat begins, so does an exploration of its significance. The diverse observances throughout the Jewish community are a reflection of individuals’ varied meanings of Shabbat. How, as a community, do we respect each others’ Shabbat observances while at the same time exploring a renewed, deeper meaning in our own practices? To explore this and other questions, the panelists will share the rituals and ideas that are most important to them in their observance of Shabbat.

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