Rabbi Seth Goldstein has served at the rabbi of Temple Beth Hatfiloh in Olympia, Washington since 2003, upon ordination from the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College. He also holds an MA in Jewish studies from the Jewish Theological Seminary. He is a fellow of Rabbis Without Borders, a project of CLAL. He has completed the Clergy Leadership Program of the Institute for Jewish Spirituality. He is currently a Brickner Fellow with the Religious Action Center, and am a member of cohort 3 of the Clergy Leadership Incubator. He has also earned a Certificate in Nonprofit Management, trained in professional mediation, and is a certified Gottman Seven Principles Leader through the Gottman Institute.
You can find Seth's writings, podcast, and video series at https://rabbi360.com/
He currently serves as President of the Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association.
September 29th, 2017 | Season 1 | 26 mins 15 secs
The upcoming holiday of Sukkot is known as z'man simkhateynu, the season of our joy. In keeping with that theme, Rabbi Seth Goldstein joins us for a special episode on humor. Whether opening us to laughter and joy, or easing the way in difficult times, humor can be a powerful path toward resilience.