Duties of the Heart - Keeping it Sacred

Mondays this Summer.

Jewish tradition houses some of the most beautiful teachings on character qualities. A thousand years ago, Rabbi Bachya Ibn Pakuda decided to these sacred texts together, organized into various character qualities that he felt would inspire people to live lives of meaning. He called his work “Duties of the Heart,” and it is the work upon which the Mussar Movement (of Exceptional Character Qualities) is based. The book is available for free on Sefaria.org, and so we will take time each week to study teachings and explore how we might make sense of them in our lives today.

Join us for one class, several, or all 10 weeks worth of classes! Please invite your friends to take the series with you, too!

All classes begin June 12 and continue weekly throughout the summer every Monday at 9am PT/noon ET. Topics include:








Self Accounting



Keeping It Sacred programs are free for all because we uphold the value of keruv/accessibility; voluntary financial contributions to help offset the cost of these programs are greatly appreciated. Thank you for powering this sacred work.

No experience necessary. All are welcome!

Invite your friends!

Please note that this program begins at 9am PT. We enjoy particpation from those all over the world, so please adjust your time zone accordingly.

If you have further questions, or to introduce yourself, please don't hesitate to reach out 

to Rabbi Miller: rabbimiller@keepingitsacred.com or Molly Flanagan: mflanagan@keepingitsacred.com

Together, we're #keepingitsacred...