We all have our vices, as we do our virtues. Though it is certainly healthier and more productive to focus on broadening our positivity rather than slaying the demons of negativity, there are times when we do need to focus on our darker sides in order to gain mastery over them.
Do you struggle with anger, vanity, desire, covetousness, jealousy, frivolity, laziness, melancholy? Tune in to this new Vice Ad-vice series and discover new ways to conquer these, and other vices.
Passover too is a time of freeing ourselves of our vices and constraints. Our vices are a form of psychological plagues — attacking our core personality. The Passover Seder is a journey meant to help identify and liberate our spirits from the tentacles of our vices.
Please join Rabbi Jacobson for part seven of this intriguing series — as well as a Pre-Passover workshop: Addressing the Vice of Laziness, stemming from the archetype of earth. What makes people lazy? We are far prouder of ourselves when we are productive, and that even seems to be our natural and inherent self. So what causes us to be sluggish? What is the root and anatomy of laziness? Is there anything positive and healthy about it? Does it have any benefits? How can we channel its power to positive ends?
Discover a refreshing and surprising way to look directly at laziness. Learn new tools to help you redirect and harness slothfulness for a greater benefit. And above all, find out how your Passover Seder can help you achieve this freedom.