Your Narrative: Three Ways to Tell Your Life Story

What does your life story look like? Can you choreograph your journey? Are you able to identify any patterns, define a route and plan the steps ahead? As strange as it sounds, we know more about the plots of many films than the plot of our own narrative.

Please join Rabbi Jacobson in this eye-opening Your Narrative workshop and learn how to connect the dots, plot the coordinates of your life trajectory, and weave your story into a cohesive narrative that will provide you with both focus and direction into the future. Find out how one word in this week’s chapter offers us three interpretations, three dimensions, three ways to tell your life story: First you begin by accounting the details of your life. Then you come to discern the story and the story behind the story, leading you finally to perceiving a crystallized vision of the hidden choreography which defines and lies beneath the surface of your journey. Uncover the most exhilarating discovery of your entire life: your story and your destiny.

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Harry Pearle
8 years ago

Thank you Rabbi Jacobson for your insights on telling your story. But I wonder why your talks are so long. This one clocks out at 100 minutes! But today I was thinking about TIME as a kind of payment or punishment in life. Franklin said ” time is money.” You mentioned how we count the Omer, at this time.

In today’s high tech society, we love to SPEED things up, more and more. Counting off the days of the Omer, may not seem to make sense. But perhaps if we actually ADD time, we may value life, more. And if we add time, we might become more humble and repentant.

One of my neighbors has the license plate TRY WAIT. He told me this is a common slogan in Hawaii. Yes we can slow down But we can also spend more time as a kind of payment or punishment, if you will, for our transgressions and our arrogance. Once we are willing to wait longer, we might come to appreciate what we DO have. We might be more willing to keep adding time and effort, humbly… THANKS MUCH

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