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Sunday, January 20 • 2:45pm - 4:00pm
Jewish Creativity: Torah Tree, Poetry and Bird Song

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Why are there so many Jewish Nobel Prize winners? Much of both scientific and Jewish practices follow proven recipes for success, and both progress through enlightened creativity. This session will expose you to the nuts and bolts of the creative process, through first hand experiences of Dr. Ken Shiovitz. You will gain insights into your own creative potential and become aware of some of the guiding principles of creative accomplishment. Do not expect that you or Ken will win a Nobel, or that your future will be any less aggravating, but you should emerge with expanded awareness. At the very least you will begin to know what the birds are saying, and how to look for ways to contribute creatively to both Judaism and the secular world.

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Ken Shiovitz

Ken Shiovitz has a PhD in animal behavior, birdsong, from Wayne State, and 2 years of postdoc studies at McGill. His lifelong interest in behavior includes regular Torah study, meditation, and poetry. His recent poetry book, Rules of the Universe, documents insights toward belief... Read More →


Sunday January 20, 2019 2:45pm - 4:00pm PST
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