What does Freedom look like? When does a transforming process of freedom involve the pursuit of more control in our lives and the tightening of the reins of our grasp on our existence? And when does the pursuit of real freedom depend on seeking less control?
Seven insights from the Haggada and meaningful questions to ponder for seder night mirror the movement from slavery to freedom in our individual and international lives today.
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Tovah Leah Nachmani – Faculty and Host for Pardes from Jerusalem
Rabbi Adam Titcher – Lead Consultant and Producer
Arlene Harel – Faculty Coordinator
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About Tovah Leah Nachmani
Tovah Leah Nachmani has been teaching a combination of Torah, Hebrew, Prayer, and Relationships Intimacy at Pardes for 20 years. She received her Teaching Certification with excellence in Tanach and Jewish Thought from the Michlelet Herzog Seminary in Gush Etzion, and graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Indiana University, with a degree in Religion and Near Eastern Language and Literature.
Tovah Leah has written and guided experiential learning programs for mothers and their daughters of Bat Mitzvah age at the Women's Beit Midrash in Efrat, where she previously taught Prayer and Jewish Thought.
Prior to Pardes, she dedicated over 10 years to Jewish education, together with her husband Gabi, for Livnot U'Lehibanot ("To Build and Be Built") in Tzfat and Jerusalem. They co-authored the first Shabbat song book with Hebrew and transliteration, "Zemirot from Livnot", with over 50,000 copies purchased internationally.
Tovah Leah invested her creativity to assist in developing Ayeka – an international organization training Jewish lay and professional leaders to facilitate Ayeka spiritual education seminars for Jews of all backgrounds and affiliations.
She encourages and empowers her students to engage mind, heart and body in a transformative educational process.
Tovah Leah is also a Holistic practitioner of Reflexology, promoting physical and emotional health.
Tovah Leah and Gabi, who live in Gush Etzion, are the proud parents of seven children and the grateful grandparents of many grandchildren.
Online learning: Click here to view online learning material from Tovah Leah on Elmad, online learning powered by Pardes.