19 min

Faith as a channel of hope with Rabbi Sam Spector Coffee N. 5 with Lara Schmoisman

    • Entrepreneurship

The word “religion’ means something different to each one of us, and there are multiple ways of defining it. On today’s podcast, we have Sam Spector, a 31-year old rabbi of the Congregation Kol Ami, Utah's largest Jewish synagogue, who is here to enlighten us on his vision of faith and how it leads to creating a path of growth within ourselves. 
Highlights: 
Sam explains that faith  can help people find themselves because it can be perceived  as a channel of expression for our beliefs and hopes.The importance of seeing beauty in other races, religions and ethnicities without forgetting that each one of us is unique and different.Sam describes his  unique way of giving advice to  people who come to him asking for help: he tries not to be judgmental and always joins them in walking through their narratives and traditions in order to understand more about themselves.Sam brings a new perspective in understanding that everyone can make mistakes, because it makes us humans, not less of a good personReligion  not as the answer to everything, but as a tool to channel our hopes and work towards being a better person. 
You can learn more about Sam by visiting the Congregation Kol Ami’s website
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The word “religion’ means something different to each one of us, and there are multiple ways of defining it. On today’s podcast, we have Sam Spector, a 31-year old rabbi of the Congregation Kol Ami, Utah's largest Jewish synagogue, who is here to enlighten us on his vision of faith and how it leads to creating a path of growth within ourselves. 
Highlights: 
Sam explains that faith  can help people find themselves because it can be perceived  as a channel of expression for our beliefs and hopes.The importance of seeing beauty in other races, religions and ethnicities without forgetting that each one of us is unique and different.Sam describes his  unique way of giving advice to  people who come to him asking for help: he tries not to be judgmental and always joins them in walking through their narratives and traditions in order to understand more about themselves.Sam brings a new perspective in understanding that everyone can make mistakes, because it makes us humans, not less of a good personReligion  not as the answer to everything, but as a tool to channel our hopes and work towards being a better person. 
You can learn more about Sam by visiting the Congregation Kol Ami’s website
Want to learn more about ALL things marketing? Join our Facebook Group Marketing Small Talk




Support the show (http://www.laraschmoisman.com)

19 min