Mussar Series 2022-2023

End 2022 and begin 2023 with meaning!

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2022 – JANUARY 5, 2023 (9 weeks)
7:00 – 8:30 p.m. via Zoom
The first session will be an introductory session.

Join Sandy Greenstein, co-president of the Mussar Institute, for meaningful discussions focusing on four Middot (character traits):

  • Humility
  • Patience
  • Gratitude
  • Honor

Sandy will email all participants a Zoom link prior to the first session.

There is a suggested donation of $18 which will be used to help update our TAE campus. 

If you have any questions, please email Sandy Greenstein at

Click here to register for the Mussar series

The Mussar Institute provides people with ideas and practical tools deriving from the Mussar tradition in Judaism that helps to guide and motivate them to develop and improve the qualities of their inner lives, in fulfillment of the potential of their souls as well as for the benefit of the world.

In a Mussar group, individuals learn to focus on middot such as generosity, patience and humility, and spend time with each middah as it relates to one’s life. Alan Morinis, the founder of The Mussar Institute, says that the goal of Mussar practice is to release the light of holiness that lives within the soul.