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Wednesday, February 5, 2014
Tonight - Shana Rishona Course with Rabbi Friedman
It started with a recent comment from Rabbi Friedman…"We should really do a call to help young couples find the joy in Shana Rishona."
A bit of scheduling, programming, and half a week later, we are excited to announce a brand new tele-seminar titled “Shana Rishona - How to Find the Joy and Navigate the Rough Spots.”
Newlyweds and anyone interested in some practical Rabbi Friedman inspiration
30 minutes of practical and inspiration advice for young couples
night, 5 Adar 1/Feb 5
9:00 - 9:30pm EST
live Q&A through the anonymous question form
: Any location in the world - all you need is a phone
: None - this is a free call
(just be sure to register in advance for the call-in information)
This call will guide newlyweds (and not so newlyweds) in finding the joy in their first year of marriage and help them to navigate the rough spots that they will encounter.
We have set up an anonymous question link for you to participate with your questions. The link will be emailed to you when you register for the call.
Marriage is the best thing that can happen to you. And, as is with all new relationships, there is a learning curve that comes along with it.
Rabbi Friedman has been guiding newlyweds for over 4 decades. Join this call and learn from his tried and proven wisdom and practical life application.
Can't make it to the live call? Register
and we will send you the recording.
The Shana Rishona call is being presented by It's Good To Know and the upcoming
for Chassanim and married men.
Please join us and share with your friends.
Rabbi Zalman Friedman,
Office of Rabbi Manis Friedman
Rabbi Shmuly Rothman,
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