Mussar: A Practice of Shaping Our Holy Virtues

Led by Rabbi Joshua Franklin
The word “Mussar” translates into “correction” “instruction,” or “ethics;” but Mussar as a practice describes a movement of self betterment through the development of holy Jewish virtues. Come explore one value (middah) at a time with Rabbi Josh Franklin, as we unpack ideas such as humility (anavah), wisdom (chochmah), “generosity (n’divut), compassion (rachamim), and trust (bitachon). Mussar is not Jewish self-help. Its purpose rather is to elevate holiness in each individual.

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Mussar: A Practice of Shaping Our Holy Virtues

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The word “Mussar” translates into “correction” “instruction,” or “ethics;” but Mussar as a practice describes a movement of self betterment through the development of holy Jewish virtues. Come explore one […]

Mussar: A Practice of Shaping Our Holy Virtues

Zoom

The word “Mussar” translates into “correction” “instruction,” or “ethics;” but Mussar as a practice describes a movement of self betterment through the development of holy Jewish virtues. Come explore one […]