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The Zohar Project Tour Las Vegas just completed its fourth stop on the 2018 tour. Over 55 volunteers convened to share the Zohar with the people and institutions of Las Vegas. The Zohar is now found in many casinos and hotels, fire stations, police stations, hospitals and many other places that can benefit from the Light of the Zohar. One evening, all the volunteers assembled at the Red Rock Canyon to enjoy a lecture & meditation with Yehuda Dan, the head Kabbalah Teacher of Las Vegas. We had a powerful Kabbalastic Shabbat to share the good energy with Las Vegas. We shared 312 Sacred and 1060 Pinchas on this Zohar Project. We look forward to seeing you on our next stop on the Zohar Project Tour: Austin, Texas in early 2019!
By now most of us are aware of the tragedy that occurred in Pittsburgh, PA on Shabbat morning this past weekend. Many of us spent the morning in our own synagogues for Shabbat services, unaware of the tragedy unfolding in a similar sacred space. This act of violence and the recent acts preceding it are a reminder of what hate can achieve when it goes unabated. But like all actions meant to divide, they carry within them an opportunity to unite. We offer our prayers to the community of Pittsburgh, as they mourn their loved ones and begin the difficult process of healing. We pray for a quick recovery of those injured and the emotional healing of a shattered community. We pray for the end of all violence, bigotry, and hatred.
At the beginning of August Kabbalah teachers Chaim Cohen and Michael Elchadif brought an intimate group of 23 Zohar Project volunteers to Kingston, Jamaica for five days of study and meditation. While sharing the ancient wisdom of Kabbalah with the welcoming people of Jamaica and the inspiring youth at the Kingston YMCA, volunteers shared 101 Sacred Zoharsand over 700 Pinchas Zohars. During their stay, The Kabbalah Centre also hosted the first kabbalistic Shabbat in Kingston, Jamaica.
This next year we have ambitious goals and we need your help to achieve them. Learn more about our specific goals and help us to achieve our mission to spread the wisdom of Kabbalah and to create change in the world.
As we begin a new year, we're pleased to share with you The Kabbalah Centre’s year in review, providing an overview of how your contributions are making our work possible. We hope you’ll be inspired to learn of the many ways in which your donations are helping to support our teachers, students, and program partners worldwide.
In this month's video update, Michael Berg shares a snapshot of the global impact we’ve made through programs like Kabbalah Publishing and the completion of the first ever Spanish translation of the Zohar, the Kabbalah Scholarship Fund, the Zohar Project, and Rav Berg's Eternal Flame in New York and in Tzfat, Israel. Take a moment to watch the video and learn more about how you can get involved.
In this month's video update, Michael Berg shares a snapshot of the global impact we’ve made through programs like Kabbalah Centre Charitable Causes, Correctional Outreach Initiate and Rav Berg Legacy Project. Take a moment to watch the video and learn more about how you can get involved.