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Saturday, February 14 • 10:00am - 11:15am
Chesed: What Does Judaism Have to Say?

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What is chesed (kindness/mercy) and why is it such a fundamental part of Judaism? Choosing to feel and/or hear another person’s hurt or pain and then choosing to act to heal their hurt or pain without any expectation of reward or calculation is exceptionally difficult to do in a genuine way (especially if fear gets in the way). Come explore chesed with the creator, writer, and animator of Jewish Food For Thought: The Animated Series.

Please note that this session will use a projector. 


Hanan Harchol

Hanan Harchol is the creator, writer and animator of Jewish Food For Thought, a free online animated series that teaches Jewish ethics through thought-provoking conversations between Harchol and his parents. His work has been broadcast on Channel 13, Jewish Life TV, Shalom TV, and at the New York and San Francisco Jewish Film Festivals. He is featured in a solo catalogued exhibition curated by the Hebrew Union College Museum. Hanan's work is... Read More →

Saturday February 14, 2015 10:00am - 11:15am

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