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Kabbalah Nights Gathering

  • Jan 21, 2014 · 7:00 PM
  • BB San Francisco

Dear Friends,

We are happy to invite you to our next Kabbalah Nights gathering. The topic for next week's gathering will be free will.

 We are sure you will find what we have prepared for you very interesting. How much of life is predetermined? Philosophers and mankind have been asking this question for millennia. If many of our decisions are influenced by uncontrollable factors, how can we change our destiny? How much choice do we have in which profession we end up with? or which spouse? or even the socks we put on in the morning? How can we be sure that the decisions we are making are leading to the brightest possible future? 

We will delve into these questions and more throughout the night. And as always we will play mind-opening games, watch a few clips and get into exciting discussion about this fascinating topic. We hope to see you and your friends on Tuesday, January 21st at 7pm

Please don't forget to register: HERE

 - with love
Kabbalah Nights organizers 

When: January 21st, 7:00-9:00pm 

Where: American West Learning Center 22 Monterey Blvd (between San Jose Ave & Circular Ave) San Francisco, CA 94131 

Who: YOU!!!

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  • klintbazil

    I am terrible at saying goodbye and as soon as I left I felt a longing for the group, I could not have had a more rewarding time unless the session had lasted until dawn. When I was younger I spent some time with sufi's, and they had a saying " the caravan is coming , don't miss the caravan" . I didn't exactly understand that saying as I do today. Now I see it as a company of spiritual travelers, traveling together in a sacred space. As soon as I leave the "Caravan" I long for it; I carry it in my heart and in my presence but Kab-night is its real work of ecstasy.
    Cheers Jay

    January 22, 2014

    • Julia

      Thank you for coming:) you as well as every person who participated created this wonderful atmosphere of openness, warmth and trust. It was a truly great evening!

      January 22, 2014

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