Einstein and the Rabbi

 

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The Museum of Tolerance and Los Angeles Wexner Heritage Alumni invite you to an evening with Rabbi Naomi Levy who will discuss her new book

EINSTEIN AND THE RABBI: SEARCHING FOR THE SOUL

                 

Wednesday, October 18, 2017 7:30pm
at the Museum of Tolerance


A profoundly affecting exploration of the meaning and purpose of the soul, inspired by the famous correspondence between Albert Einstein and a grieving rabbi.


“A human being is part of the whole, called by us ‘Universe,’ a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts, and feelings as something separate from the rest―a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness…” ―Albert Einstein

When Rabbi Naomi Levycame across this poignant letter by Einstein it shook her to her core. His words perfectly captured what she has come to believe about the human condition: That we are intimately connected, and that we are blind to this truth. Levy wondered what had elicited such spiritual wisdom from a man of science? Thus began a three-year search into the mystery of Einstein’s letter, and into the mystery of the human soul. What emerges is an inspiring, deeply affecting book for people of all faiths filled with universal truths that will help us reclaim our own souls and glimpse the unity that has been evading us.

Best-selling author Rabbi Naomi Levyis the founder and leader of Nashuva, a groundbreaking Jewish spiritual outreach movement based in Los Angeles. Levy was named one of the top-fifty rabbis in America by Newsweek.

Books will be available for purchase. A book signing will follow the program.



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