Living the Way You Want To Be Remembered?

Greenwich
June 13, 2019, 6 p.m.

Greenwich

Rabbi Mitchell M. Hurvitz and The Reverend Marek Zabriskie will give you some enlightening points of view about what will speak for you long after you're gone. 

When you live your legacy it is empowering and engaging, making a lasting impact and eternally meaningful contribution on many levels. Living your legacy is by design not default and has the power to spur you on to live a mindful, proactive, purposeful, and fully expressed life. You are focused on taking action around your values, passion and generative potential which can be a catalyst for positive, enduring change that surpasses your lifetime. How do we begin to discover, uncover and recover those aspects of yourself that are necessary for you to connect with and live into the answers of the following questions:

What will be your legacy?

What will speak for you long after you are gone?

How can you channel your passion to create lasting value?

What is your contribution to changing the world?

Whose lives have you touched?

What do you think the world needs from you right now?

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Keynote Speakers

The Reverend Marek Zabriskie

The Reverend Marek Zabriskie

Christ Church Greenwich

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Rabbi Mitchell Hurvitz

Rabbi Mitchell Hurvitz

Temple Sholom Greenwich

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When

June 13, 2019
6 p.m. - 8 p.m.

Where

Greenwich Library, Cole Auditorium
101 West Putnam Avenue Greenwich, 06830

Host

Lori Contadino

Lori Contadino

Greenwich Commission on Aging

Director

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