GratitudeGratitude.html

Founded Shir Hadash in 1981 as a contemplative community of friends open to the dialogue of life.  A teacher of contemplative Judaism, ordained at Hebrew Union College.  He also received dharma transmission in the Zen Buddhist tradition.  Currently he leads study groups and retreats focused upon dialogue with root texts of the Jewish wisdom heritage.  Rabbi Don is a leading contributor in the Jewish and Buddhist dialogue.


For more info, please email at rabbidonald@mac.com

“The Days of Awe are visions of living the life of the world, in the love of the world, ahavat olam.


World love is the quickening of the whole person.  To love the world is not an ideal or a goal, nor is it a corrective reaction that one may choose.  One can not invent or possess love’s wisdom.  One loves or one does not. 


Love flowers in innocence beyond the borders of travail.  Love is this solitary and receptive human being ready to listen and respond to all the world.  This person, this love, is utterly vulnerable like that wild flower blowing in the wind. Because she is vulnerable, she is strong, for she is truth, and her strength is the strength of the Universe.”

    -  Rabbi Don Singer

Aboutshapeimage_3_link_0
Homeindex.htmlHome.htmlshapeimage_4_link_0
Community PagesCommunityPages.htmlCommunityPages.htmlshapeimage_5_link_0
CalendarCalendar.htmlCalendar.htmlshapeimage_6_link_0
Archive Archive_.htmlArchive_.htmlshapeimage_7_link_0
Donate Donate.htmlDonate.htmlshapeimage_8_link_0
Our New Songindex.htmlHome.htmlshapeimage_9_link_0

Sunday school children with Rabbi Don