Rabbi Aubrey Glazer On Life-Cycle EventsGetting married, becoming parents, and — G-d willing, many, many years later! — dying: after b’nai mitzvah, these are the major rites of passage that most of us will experience over the course of our lives. Playfully referred to as “match, hatch, and dispatch,” these life-cycle events are so culturally ubiquitous that we often forget they are opportunities for profound personal transformation.
Rabbi Glazer sat down with a videographer to discuss the spiritual importance of life-cycle events in the context of our Jewish “communal family.” He emphasized just how special these moments are, and why they should not be minimized or taken for granted.
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