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Teaching Mussar in the FBI

Rav Avraham Peretz Friedman, Sundays 12:30-1:30pm

  • Ended
  • 36 US dollars

Available spots

Service Description

Rabbi Friedman discusses, among other compelling themes, the power of Torah to comfort and guide in the most difficult of circumstances, the obligation and ability to make a kiddush HaShem in the world, hakarat hatov [gratitude], etc. A popular speaker and teacher, Rav Friedman is the author of eight seforim, including Chanukas HaTorah, Setting a Table for Two, and Marital Intimacy. Rav Friedman has taught diverse audiences, observant and not yet observant, in Eretz Yisrael and the United States, in a variety of settings, formal and informal, conventional and unconventional. In addition to teaching Torah in shuls, yeshivos, college campuses, and kiruv programs, Rav Friedman is a consultant to the FBI’s Behavioral Science Unit, where he teaches mussar ideals to the law enforcement community. Recordings will be available for this class. This class will be 3 sessions - Feb 11, 18, 25

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