Sometime in between worrying about COVID-19, the election, work, family, and the holidays, Rabbi Micah Hyman wants you to do one more thing.
“It’s so important, feeling the fullness of breath, trusting the air around you,” said Hyman, the rabbi and executive director at SLO Hillel, a hub for Jewish life at Cal Poly.
In the midst of dark and stressful times, it’s hard to slow down, breathe, and keep the faith. But these simple practices, more than anything else, are what Hyman is preaching as the community heads into this holiday season.
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