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Sunday, June 16 • 10:45am - 11:45am
TABOO TALK | Making meaning from hardship: building a life around disability and illness

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TABOO TALK | At some point, most of us will be confronted with health challenges that will dramatically impact the way we live. But what happens when that time comes early? Our panelists will talk about how they have wrestled with halachic, social, and existential questions due to their health challenges and how they have built lives of meaning and interest in spite—or even because of—their ‘new normal’.

These ‘taboo talks’ aim to create a space for brave, difficult conversations about complicated human experiences—sex, baby-making, illness, ageing—that may feature in our lives. Come with an open mind and leave with a new perspective.

Moderators
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Dalit Kaplan

Storyteller & impact entrepeneur
Dalit is a storyteller, impact entrepreneur, and occasional lawyer. She is the founder of Storywell, an organisation that teaches storytelling to impact-oriented individuals and organisations and engages in impact investing with Just World Investments. In another life she was a lawyer... Read More →

Speakers
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Tommy Sterling

Tommy is a lawyer and long-time Limmudnik who currently sits on the Limmud Sydney Advisory Board. He loves to ask questions and explore the origin of all things Jewish. Tommy’s Jewish passions span the traditional to the academic, presented with his uniquely humorous and irreverent... Read More →
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Ben Eretz

Ben cooks, reads, listens, and enjoys working with wood. During the day he likes to teach. He has lived with and through serious illness his whole adult life. Choosing to focus on the positive, Ben is interested in how unexpected events can provide new perspectives on living a fulfilling... Read More →


Sunday June 16, 2019 10:45am - 11:45am
Room 1

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