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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-09-30

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Metro

EASY CARE
Bed linens

from Nancy's Linens

Soul Food

Reconnect at
"The Place."

R

Mo.n.,Tues.,

Wed., Fri.

10-6

Thurs. 10-8,

NANCY'S LINENS

(248) 539-9866

www.nancyslinens.com

CHARD MALL

• RCHARD LAKE

UPTOWN



SHANGRI-LA

AUTHENTIC CHINESE CUISINE

6407 Orchard Lake Road

(15 Mile 8. Orchard Lake)

248.626.8585

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September 30 • 2010

ashmeres to
e enjoyed 12
onths a year
and a must
have for Fall,
including
Fall's newest
weater looks
n other
fabrications.

LY'S

DESIGN

BOUTIQUE

248-626-0886

abbi Aaron Bergman
will launch a new Adat
Shalom Synagogue pro-
gram "HamakOhm, The Place to
Reconnect and Recharge your
Soul" at 9:15 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 3.
Hamakom is
a Hebrew word
for God that was
often used by
our sages begin-
ning 2,000 years
ago. It liter-
ally means "the
Rabbi Aaron
place." The idea
Bergman
is that God fills
every space in
our lives. God
is not distant and remote, but
nearby and accessible.
Bergman has spelled it
HamakOhm so there are no
conflicts with other organiza-
tions, and, more importantly, he
explains that ohm is a word used
when discussing electricity and
the flow of energy between two
points, an apt metaphor for spiri-
tuality at its best.
Also, he says, the sound of ohm
is one of peace and contentment,
as in the word shalom (shah
ohm).
The first stage of HamakOhm
will be on Sundays beginning on
Oct. 3, following Adat Shalom's
8:30 a.m. Sunday morning min-
yan. It will be an hour filled with
new and old approaches to prayer,
music and meditation. Bergman
will be joined by Rabbi Rachel
Shere and Chazzan Daniel Gross
in facilitating future HamakOhm
programs. They will continue on
the first and third Sundays each
month this fall.
"HamakOhm is not meant to
replace what we do:' Bergman
said, "but to enhance it and even
build a greater appreciation for
the thousands of years of Jewish
tradition and creativity that
we celebrate every day at Adat
Shalom."
This program is geared toward
anyone in the community who is
seeking to enrich his or her sense
of personal Jewish. There is no
charge.



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