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First Aid for Spiritual Seekers

First Aid for Spiritual Seekers

Feb 23, 2020-- Forms of religious devotion are shifting and theres a new world of creativity toward crafting spiritual life while exploring the depths of tradition. Rabbi Amichai Lau-Lavie is a fun and forceful embodiment of this evolution. Born into an eminent and ancient rabbinical lineage, as a young adult he moved away from religion towards storytelling, theater, and drag. Today he leads a pop-up synagogue in New York City that takes as its tagline everybody-friendly, artist-driven, God-optional. Its not merely about spiritual community but about recovering the sacred and reinventing the very meaning of "we." He shares more in this interview with On Being shares more. (3055 reads)


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