Paradigm Shift is a new six week course being offered by Chabad of Humboldt. It’s an elevator ride to the heights of what is possible. Synchronize yourself with the mission for which you were placed on earth, and learn to recognize the inherent goodness and perfection in yourself, in others, and in every circumstance of your life. This empowering course offers a revolutionary outlook on life, culled from the wisdom of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory. One of the foremost religious leaders of our time, the Rebbe touched the lives of countless individuals and continues to live on through his visionary teachings, and in the work of his emissaries whom he charged with bringing the light of Judaism to every corner of the globe. The course is a monumental contribution to the Rebbe’s legacy—the product of a collaboration of over forty scholars. It presents the Rebbe’s unique outlook and central contributions to Judaism and society, addressing topics such as: The true value of a human being and what the goals for humanity should be? What stands behind the continued success of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement? And how can we apply these insights toward living a more purposeful life? “The Rebbe’s vision and outlook is the primary guiding force of my life and I’m excited to be able to share his unique insight with the community” says Rabbi Eliyahu Cowen, the local Chabad representative, “Paradigm Shift encapsulates the Rebbe’s many letters, personal audiences, and public addresses, distilling them into a powerful six-session course that will guide students to view themselves, others, and the circumstances they encounter from a more meaningful, richer, and radically more positive perspective.” Like all programs at Chabad, Paradigm Shift is designed to appeal to Jews at all levels of Jewish knowledge, including those without any prior experience or background in Jewish learning. The course is open to the public, and attendees do not need to be affiliated with a particular synagogue, temple, or other house of worship.
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