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The Spirituality of Parenting
A Panel Discussion

Dasee Berkowitz, David Ingber, Susan Weidman Schneider, Mishael Zion

Saturday 1:30 PM–2:45 PM Empire Lounge

Saturday 1:30 PM–2:45 PM Empire Lounge Canceled, sorry

Sunday 2:45 PM–4:00 PM Ballroom C, Empire Lounge Canceled, sorry

Identity & Responsibility, Ritual, Prayer & Spirituality

The day-to-day grind of parenting (especially parents of little kids) leaves many parents little time or space for a spiritual practice. Is parenthood a distraction from living a spiritual life or can Jewish wisdom transform the way we parent to deepen our spiritual lives? Join us as the panelists reflect on these and other questions.

Dasee Berkowitz

Dasee Berkowitz is a Jewish educational consultant in New York and founder of JLife Consulting, a service that offers educational workshops to couples and families planning Jewish life-cycle events. Dasee is a proud member of the Limmud NY board and an even prouder wife of Leon Morris and mother of Tamir and Yael.

David Ingber

David Ingber is a rabbi, explorer, and integrator. His experience spans from training in the Orthodox world to Renewal Judaism, from teaching pilates and gyrotonics to meditating under the guidance of great Zen teachers, from tai chi and yoga to astrology, from great Jewish mystics to western philosophy. He recently founded Romemu in NYC.

Susan Weidman Schneider

Lilith Magazine

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Susan Weidman Schneider, Editor & a founder of Lilith, is author of 3 books: "Jewish and Female;" "Intermarriage: The Challenge of Living with Differences between Christians & Jews;" and "Head & Heart," on women and money. Her award-winning writing includes reports on women’s philanthropy; Jews' stake in reproductive rights; and JAP-baiting on campus. Women’s E-news named her a 21st Century Leader.

Mishael Zion

Mishael Zion is co-author of "A Night to Remember: The Haggadah of Contemporary Voices" (2007). Originally from Jerusalem, Mishael teaches Talmud and Hassidut at the Skirball Center for Adult Jewish Learning and Yeshivat Hadar and is a Tikvah Scholar at NYU. Mishael is also a member of the faculty of the Shalom Hartman Institute of North America. He is a fourth year rabbinical student at YCT, and lives in the Upper West Side with his wife, Elana, and two daughters, Zohar and Shai.

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