Unlocking Perspectives on Purposeful Living, In Hingham: Introducing Advice for Life Course

Posted Monday, Jan 29th, 2024

Advice for Life, a six-week course by the Rohr Jewish Learning Institute (JLI), was recently launched at the Hingham Community Center. This immersive journey explores the extensive written communications of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, of blessed memory, considered the most influential Rabbi of modern times. Through thousands of typewritten letters and transcripts of spoken discourse, the Rebbe interacted with individuals of all walks of life, both from within and outside the Jewish community on matters of work, family, health, and well-being.

The Rebbe’s spiritual leadership is the force behind the modern Chabad movement and his wisdom continues to inspire and guide countless individuals on their journeys of faith and personal growth.

From navigating the “daily grind” to cultivating thriving relationships, the Rebbe’s guidance offers invaluable insights for wholesome living. “Advice for Life is an invitation to delve into ideas that guide us toward mindful growth,” notes Rabbi Lezel of Chabad of the South Shore and the course instructor. “This course provides practical insights that elevate everyday experiences to meaningful milestones.”

Advice for Life welcomes participants from all backgrounds and levels of knowledge, embodying JLI’s commitment to making enriching Jewish educational experiences accessible to all.

To join this multimedia voyage through the Rebbe’s insights on daily life and discover how the Rebbe applied Jewish values to serve as a guide for finding deeper meaning in everyday life, interested individuals can contact 617-862-2770 or visit SouthShoreChabad.com/JLI.

 JLI, the adult education arm of Chabad-Lubavitch, operates in over 800 locations across the U.S. and various countries worldwide. Since its establishment in 1998, JLI has reached more than 400,000 students, providing them with valuable insights and transformative educational experiences.

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