Mindfulness in Mitzvot
We do mitzvot every day. Are we paying attention? Join Mrs. Fran Miller and explore the Talmudic and Halachic principles that direct our focus and enhance our connection between mindfulness and mitzvah performance.
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Mindfulness in Mitzvot: Rejoicing in the Mitzvot Part 1
Mindfulness in Mitzvot: Don’t Delay
Mindfulness in Mitzvot: Mutual Responsibility for Mitzvot
Mindfulness in Mitzvot: Shabbat: Pause and Holiness
Shabbat is not about relaxing, but about resting from creativity. We will look at the context of the laws of Shabbat in the Torah and explore the nature of the prohibitions of Shabbat. We will understand the deeper purpose of Shabbat in our busy lives.
Mindfulness in Mitzvot: Kavana and Prayer
Mindfulness in Mitzvot: Priorities in Mitzvot
Mindfulness in Mitzvot: Intention Required
Fran Miller is a graduate of the Keren Ariel Yoatzot Halacha program at Nishmat, and studied in the advanced Talmud programs in Matan and Migdal Oz. She holds a B.A. in Judaic Studies from Stern College and B.Ed. from Yeshivat Har Etzion’s Michlelet Herzog Teacher’s College. She teaches adults and post-high school students in person, online, and in midrashot. Fran lives in Mitzpeh Yericho with her husband and three children.