Rita Spector Connector with Rabbi Efrat Zarren-Zohar

Posted on 09/16/2022 @ 06:00 AM

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Friend and supporter of CAJE, Rita Spector, has launched a social and communal online (and beyond) network called: The Rita Spector Connector. Rita describes "the Connector" as “A Community of Women 50+ Focusing on Life, Health & Wellness, Travel, and JOY.”
Last week Rita’s featured guest, with a focus on spirituality, was our own head of CAJE, Rabbi Efrat Zarren-Zohar.

Busy at the helm of an Agency, the spotlight rarely falls on Rabbi Zarren-Zohar, but occasionally, when she can step away from managing, meeting, and working budgets, she gets the chance to share insightful reflection and ruminations on matters of the spirit.
We are grateful to Rita for this opportunity, and for her commitment to making the world happier, healthier, and more peaceful, by one woman 50+ at a time!

Join Rita and Rabbi for a discussion of "The I-Thou Relationship" (Spiritual vs. Transactional) inspired by the writings of Martin Buber.

Watch the full interview on YouTube.

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