We will discuss selections from the Talmud, Jewish mysticism, and modern Hebrew literature that illuminate care for the needy and ill from a Jewish point of view. The conversation will include Heschel’s critique of the Jewish attention to privacy issues, the relation- ship of Zionism to health and healing, and some surprises from our most creative modern thinkers. This session will be led by Rabbi William Cutter, Retired HUC/JIR Professor of Literature and Human Relations. Rabbi Cutter is a widely recognized educator and author
as well as a summer resident of the Berkshires.

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