I invite Ease and Joy into your fingertips as you explore Sisterhood through the eyes of our unique ancestral heritage. Learn and deepen your appreciation of freedom, learn about peace and how to harness it, and most importantly discover your divine purpose by Loving yourself and others.
Experience the ability to liberate yourself from pattern's of the past and embrace the intent of cosmic order with easy steps that you can incorporate within your daily life.
The definition of a Rebbetzin is the wife of a rabbi or Jewish spiritual leader. Rebbetzin (Yiddish: רביצין) or Rabbanit (Hebrew: רַבָּנִית)
A Rebbetzin has a full time job, Jewish laws and practices are observed, studied and practiced, synagogue attendance is regular. A Rebbetzin also sees to needy children and guest. Weekly meals are also arranged for visitors on Shabbat and Jewish holidays all the Rebbetzin represents the foundation of her household. She is recognized not only as the wife of a rabbi but in her own light she is seen and respected as pillar in her community.
Our Rebbetzin brings rich beautiful customs of Nigerian Judaism and culture.
Our Rebbetzin serves as active medium for individuals and families living in south-east America and abroad with Nigerian (Igbo), Ivorian, Ghanaian & Sierra Leonean lineages connect and reconnect with their Jewish roots.
Her goal is to help and encourage women of all backgrounds to explore the beauty of Tora V'Ahava through ancient rituals, mystics and nature.
Our rebbetzin says " As a woman it goes without saying that we usually wear more than one mitpachat and that is nothing short of the truth. As a wife, mother, daughter, sister and entrepreneur my time is very valuable; to me that means every moment matters and none are wasted. I feel it is my duty to make every encounter L'shem Shamayim! Tikkun Nephesh and you fix the world one soul at time. S'lah"
Sisterhood is an association, society, or community of women linked by a common interest. For us, this bond goes beyond being a family. In a sisterhood, you become a collective. You want your sisters to succeed, and you support the ups and downs of that process. You do this because you care for them, and they care for you. The validation that comes from being seen by other people with similar interests is powerful.
If you are looking for sisterhood, you can embrace being part of ours. Via our social media, our email community, and our waitlist platform, we’ve created a network of hundreds of women women linked by radical self-care and profound self-discovery and we want to continue cultivating space for you to do the same this year.
We know understand that the Tora V'Ahava sisterhood wouldn’t be possible without you. Because of that, we encourage you to manifest with how you can make sisterhood stronger in your life this year.
Here are four questions to ask yourself:
A sisterhood can create strong connections that last a lifetime, at the same time bringing a sense of belonging to people who might otherwise fee isolated and alone. Having a sense of belonging is so important to all women and girls and the acceptance from the group can help individuals show acceptance and growth within themselves.
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Tallahassee, Florida, United States
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