Posted by: chnightlife | June 25, 2008

Events June 26 – 30

This Thursday, June 26th Cost: $5 Chamsah

*Please arrive punctually to
avoid disturbing speaker’s address

Demystify The Evil Eye

with Mrs. Tzameret Borevitz

Does it ever cross your mind that if you do or say ‘such and such’ you might ‘get an Ayin Hara’? What is Ayin Hara anyway? Does it really have the power to hold back good fortune from manifesting in our lives? Addressing the claims surrounding this longstanding issue with all questions answered!

Known for her vast knowledge and exceptional talent in addressing many commonly ‘untouchable’ topics, Tzameret Borevitz has gained a unique reputation among those seeking full information and clarity on some of the most mystical matters of life. She is a highly respected high school and seminary teacher for 12 years now.  Mrs. Borevitz travels often to lecture the worldwide.

This Sunday, June 29th Cost: $5 Women's Nutrition


From The
Inside Out

Yoga & Women’s Health/Nutrition Workshop

with Yoga Instructor & Nutritionist, Dages Keates (back for the third time by popular demand)

All women should have access to the most trusted and reliable health information. Information empowers a woman to make the best decisions to improve and maintain her physical health and inner balance (and thereby that of her family).  Informed women are healthier women. Get all the essentials at this one-of-its-kind workshop!

Dages KeatesDages Keates is a certified Yoga instructor with over five years of experience teaching individuals, workshops and retreats nationally and internationally.

Dages is also a board-certified Holistic Health Counselor, AADP. She graduated from the advanced training program at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York, which is certified in Integrative Nutrition by Columbia University’s Teachers College. She studied with nutrition and health experts spanning traditional approaches from the east to cutting-edge methodologies from the west. Dages is the founder and director of Delicious Dialogues, developed to inspire, educate, and support individuals who aspire to live life to the fullest and achieve optimum wellbeing. She takes pride in crafting programs for individuals and groups to encourage and support them in reaching and maintaining their life and health goals.

This Monday, June 30th Cost: $5 Tehillim


*Please arrive punctually to
avoid disturbing speaker’s address

Challenged Faith

with Mrs. Devorah Halberstam, activist against terrorism

Building on your perception of Emunah and Bitachon from a woman of untold fortitude and inner strength.  Hear her story; find the power in your own!

Devorah HalberstamOn March 1st, 1994, a Lebanese gunman murdered 16-year old Ari Halberstam in a terrorist attack on the Brooklyn Bridge.

Grief and fury over her beloved elder son’s murder transformed his mother, Devorah Halberstam, into an activist and crusader against terrorism.

After the FBI’s initial classification of the shooting as an act of “road rage”, Devorah led a one-woman battle to have her son’s death reclassified as an act of terrorism. Six years later, the FBI finally recognized the attack as a terrorist act.
She pounded the halls of Congress, offices of elected officials and the New York court system, where she advocated reforms in our government. She campaigned for changes in our judicial and immigrations systems, where she pursued deportation proceedings against the accomplices who flouted American immigration laws.
She brought the first lawsuit in the history of American jurisprudence against the gun manufacturer that supplied Ari’s killer with the arsenal of weapons he used in the shooting.
Her endless struggle for justice did not end there. She continued, advocating in the state for the passing of “Ari’s Law” as part of a comprehensive gun control bill, which prohibits interstate gun trafficking.
Ari’s Law is also pending in Congress which would ban the sale of gun kits.
She helped craft new law in Congress that has reduced the abuses found in the political   asylum process.

Devorah authored together with Governor George E. Pataki the first New York State laws to counter terrorism, which included the death penalty for the crimes of a terrorist. These were signed into law by Governor Pataki in 2001.  Devorah was appointed by the Governor to serve on the New York State Commission on Terrorism.

The ramp to the Brooklyn Bridge has been renamed the Ari Halberstam Memorial Ramp by Mayor Rudolph Giuliani.
Devorah is a frequent speaker who has traveled around the country speaking to the civic community and on college campuses about he tragedy that took her son’s life and educating the public about the threats of terrorism in New York, the United States, and around the world. She currently instructs local, state and federal  law enforcement agencies on terrorism- related issues.

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