How We See the World: Lessons from Birds Through a Jewish Lens

Tuesday, January 9, 2024; 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Facilitator(s): Aaron Eisenstein


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“Avian Rebbe” Aron Eisenstein will lead this interactive session to explore how we see the world and what natural beauty can teach us about the Divine. We will look at birds, and ourselves, in three different ways: with different rubrics, with different contexts, and in different timescales. We will uncover joy and inspiration as we delve into deep questions of perspective and meaning.

Tuesday, January 9, 2024
7:00pm – 8:00pm
Cost: $15

Offered via Zoom. A basic familiarity with Zoom is expected of participants.

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About the Facilitators

Aaron EisensteinAaron Eisenstein

Aaron Eisenstein (“Avian Rebbe”) bought his first camera just as Covid-19 hit. He did not anticipate the overpowering joy of recognizing Divine gifts in both the natural world and religious tradition. Sharing these gifts is what he does as The Avian Rebbe. A “rebbe” is a community leader, teacher, and storyteller. Public speaking, or learning together, is Aaron’s particular joy. Currently he licenses patents for an inventor. Avian Rebbe lives in Austin, Texas, and is a grateful member of Congregation Agudas Achim.