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Monthly meetings Nov - May 
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November 9, 2012 | 4:45pm Candle Lighting • 5:30pm Dinner

Elegant Shabbat Dinner
at the home of Yaakovah Stein

Cost: $25

We spend about one-third of our lives asleep!  This lesson explores the practical and spiritual reasons for sleep, insights and tools to help us avoid boredom, initiate fresh beginnings, and renewal into our lives.

Shabbos, December 8, 2012
Following The Shul’s Kiddush
a free event
Emotions are supposed to motivate us, not weigh us down.  This lesson presents a Jewish model for dealing with anger and other emotions.  You will be introduced to the secrets of emotional mastery and learning from King David's exemplary character.

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Sunday, January 6, 2013
3pm - 5pm at Whole Foods Market, 7350 Orchard Lake Rd., West Bloomfield
$10 / free to Shul Women's Circle Members
Our relationships with food are rather complex.  There is overeating, under-eating, unhealthy eating, pop culture diets, etc.!  This lesson explores the kabbalistic reason why food is so tempting, and introduces Jewish practices that can help make our eating more mindful, healthful, and spiritually satisfying.
Monday, February 11, 2013
6:30pm at Jerusalem Pizza, JCC West Bloomfield  /  6600 W. Maple Rd.
$10 / free to Shul Women's Circle Members
People commonly confuse the desire for materialism with the pursuit of happiness.  This lesson introduces Jewish wisdom that provides a holistic understanding of what happiness is, and how it can be achieved through material satisfaction and spiritual fulfillment.
Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Humans have the unique ability of verbal communication.  Miscommunication however is the reason for much discord and heartbreak.  This lesson offers Jewish wisdom to sharpen our communication and listening skills and make us better partners in our relationships. 

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Wednesday, April 10, 2013
7pm at the Janice Charach Gallery, JCC West Bloomfield 
$10 / free to Shul Women's Circle Members
Decisions are tough because they mean we need to give up on alternative options.  This lesson introduces a Jewish approach to consumerism teaching us how we can "have it all" — not by getting more — but by rethinking our wants, needs, and desires to become more content with our lives.

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Sunday, May 9, 2013

Why are resolutions so difficult?  Can a person undergo real, lasting change?  The Torah tells us that metamorphosis is not only possible, but essential for personal growth.  This lesson using Jewish wisdom, outlines a practical, step-by-step guide explaining how we can implement long-enduring change.