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The Kabbalah Centre Fosters a Sense of Community

For new and prospective students of The Kabbalah Centre, you may be wondering where you should start, but feeling a sense of connection to other students is not something that you’ll have to worry about. Whether you attend one of the 40 physical locations of The Kabbalah Centre or if you are a student online, there is a community atmosphere that can not be denied in either setting. This is the site where you can get your resource.

There are hundreds of study groups for students to reach out to other students who are at their level so that they can grow closer to one another while growing more expansive in their thinking, living, and being. Since The Kabbalah Centre is made up of so many different people of diverse backgrounds, nationalities, and ethnicities all of their books are translated into over 30 languages. This is particularly helpful for those who want to get started right way learning about Kabbalah and the Zohar, without having to translate and decipher the teachings.

The Kabbalah Centre even has Spark Magazine which helps students to see what’s going on in their huge community of students, teachers, and volunteers. Information about upcoming live events, student testimonials, and volunteer opportunities are also shared in this magazine so that students can plan to meet their fellow students and teachers in person. The supportive network of teachers, guides, study groups, and additional resources for students who attend any setting of The Kabbalah Centre is in place to make sure that students know they aren’t taking the journey to enlightenment alone.

Adam Milstein Receives Recognition from the Jerusalem Post for his Active Humanitarian Activism for the Jewish Community

Adam Milstein is an Israel native born to Eva Milshtein and Hillel Milshtein in 1952. In 1971, Adam served during the Yom Kippur War in 1973 with the Israeli Defence Forces as a necessary act. Adam is a graduate of Technion with a degree in Science and Economics. He then earned a Master’s degree in Business Administration in 1983 from the University of Southern California. Adam began gaining skills in real estate while he worked for his father as an undergraduate student and continued in the field as a sales agent after graduating.

Milstein is currently the manager of Hager Pacific Properties in the finance, accounts and disposition department. He is also an active philanthropist in the Jewish community with recognition as one of the top 100 individuals positively impacting the Jewish community. Adam is the co-founder of Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation, with his wife, Gila. The organization advocates for the lives of the Jewish People by sponsoring students and schooling professionals to cultivate their knowledge of the Israel state and the Jewish culture through providences of facts and knowledge.

He is also the Chairman of Israeli-American Council, a leading Jewish organization in the US. He is also a member of several Jewish humanitarian boards. Adam and his wife Gila distribute free books to the Israeli-Jewish-American community through their organization SifriyatPijama B’America. In October of 2016, the Jerusalem Post enlisted Adam in the 50 global influential Jews for cofounding and leading the Israeli-American Council and his involvement with philanthropic unions such as Birthright Israel, Stand By Me, Hasbara Fellowships, Campus Coalition and AIPAC National Council. He was the 39th person among others such as Ron Lauder, Haim Saban, Ruth Bader, Mathew Bronfman, Natan Sharansky, Malcolm Hoenlein, Gal Gadot, Elena Kagan, Charles Schumer, Sarah Silverman and Sheldon Adelson.

Adam expressed his gratitude to his wife Gila, the IAC and the various organizations that gave him a forum to advocate for the Jewish lives. He commented that the achievement was one of the Israeli-American successes over the years. Milstein added to say that the Milstein Family Foundation will continue its work of strengthening the Jewish community and the Israel state through collaborations of organizations, and funds directed to assisting the Jewish community in their humanitarian life mission.