A great session for getting into the spirit of Purim - and what we are meant to accomplish with the practice of mishloach manot (which is not for the poor). Set a time to meet with a friend or family member in a cafe, park or in your living room, and settle in for some holiday-inspired personal reflection and growth.
After many years in the classroom, teaching subjects including Torah, Talmud, prayer, ethics, and interpersonal relationships, Aryeh sought a way to enable students to more deeply engage with Judaism and to explore their spiritual identities. This led him to found Ayeka: Center for Soulful Jewish Education in 2006. Since then, Ayeka has conducted seminars for educators, parents, and individuals, imparting tools for making any Jewish learning personally relevant, meaningful, and life-impacting.