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ONLINEThe Radical Ramifications of Resting

February 16, 2022 Free
A young woman is lying down on a sofa and resting in the living room at home.
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A deceptively simple idea is at the heart of what Shemita and the weekly Sabbath are all about: resting. Jewish tradition seems to suggest that the most hopeful and radical way to drastically change the world—and yourself—is to take a time out, or to rest. This session explores what the revolutionary ramifications of taking a true rest can mean for real life.

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