Three men, five hundred plus years apart, yet their similarities outweigh their differences. Perhaps it is time to broaden our thinking about religion in general and these three great sources in particular. Is it possible that there may be more than one way to God? Perhaps the teachings of these three were more on the quality of human life lived.
The quest for happiness is a hallmark of the human condition. Whether we dream for professional success, purpose in life, or love, we covet these things because we believe that they will make us happier. Sadness, grief, worry, and low self-esteem often overwhelm us. Tendencies such as anger, jealousy, and bad habits also impede our happiness. Even when there is nothing negative percolating in our psyches, we still might not feel very happy. This course, Happiness, will explore teachings of Judaism, and especially Kabbalah, that offer us a framework of insight with which we can overcome the various struggles that impede our happiness. Senior adult and disabled retiree tuition waivers apply.
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Bel Air Hall, Rm. 236
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Edgewood Hall, Rm. 165
Couples should use 45766 to register and pay $100.
It is amazing how many expressions of religion are very similar throughout the world. In this course, you will explore a period of time between 800 BC and 200 BC labeled the "Axial Age." This period of time set in motion the foundations of all religions and traces ideas, doctrine, and theology of Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Senior adult and disabled retiree tuition waivers apply.