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What Shabbat Means To Me

Friday, Sep 27 2019

Michelle Conwisar

Michelle Conwisar’s column “What Shabbat Means To Me” for Thrive Global, is a reflection on the meaning and rich traditions of Shabbat in her family and how it resonates today in her life. Michelle is currently president of Hadassah Southern California, a third-generation Hadassah Group President, and a second-generation Hadassah Region President.

In her column, Michelle reflects how family, friends, blessings and kippot tie together the meaning of Shabbat. This column is part of Hadassah’s ongoing series of articles in Thrive Global, the media platform founded by Arianna Huffington.

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