Belonging can be thought of as a “longing to be.” Being is our capacity to find our deeper purpose in all that we do. It is the capacity to be present, and to discover our authentic, whole selves. This is both an individual capacity, and a community capacity. Community is the container within which our “longing to be” is fulfilled. Come join Rabbi Sherril Gilbert as she returns to share stories, insights, and reflections on what it might mean to build a community that warmly welcomes and deeply values belonging and inclusion.
Speaker: Rabbi Sherril Gilbert
The great hasidic master Reb Nachman of Breslov taught that the way to happiness is to find the good in others always. Furthermore, he wrote that finding points of goodness in everyone – including ourselves – creates new songs of joy in the world.
We have the pleasure of welcoming Rabbi Sherril Gilbert as she returns to Lakeshore for the fourth time.
This time, she will explore the systems thinking principle of emergence, and apply it to moral ways of being in the world, termite architecture, and Hasidic mystical … read more.
Rabbi Sherril Gilbert returns to Lakeshore for a third time. She tells us: During the Jewish holiday of Sukkot (beginning on the eve of September 23), Jews all around the world build small outdoor temporary huts. The impermanence of these structures helps us deepen our recognition … read more.
What My Faith has Taught me about Building Community in a Multicultural World
In this presentation, Rabbi Sherril discusses her current thoughts on Jewish renewal, an evolving spiritual movement that is radically inclusive, superbly accessible, and deeply reverent. “Judaism Unbound” provides insights and suggestions for other … read more.