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Grown Up Spirituality

Chaim’s spiritual journey was foreshadowed in his childhood fascination with Tarzan whose mastery over the jungle made him one with nature. It came to light in nighttime excursions to an isolated river where he enacted nature scenes from Tom Sawyer. Connecting with nature was much preferred over the artificiality concocted by human beings in the society around him. But society was good to Chaim who quickly became an acclaimed musician. Nonetheless he kept looking for more and obsessively poured himself into one spiritual methodology after another.  Almost out of hope he found Bnei Baruch, which offered a simple wisdom that brought his experimentation with red strings and other seemingly magical spiritual systems to an end.  The wisdom changed his way of thinking and flipped a switch inside revealing a reality beyond the sweet and the bitter.  

 

 

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