The Napoleonic Enlightenment, which emancipated the Jews of Western Europe, did not make it to Eastern Europe where most Jews lived in the 18th-19th centuries.The largest concentration of Jews ― about 5 million ― was located there, representing 40% of the Jewish population worldwide.That is the reason why DR John Gray called the title of his book “Men are from Mars Women are from Venus” emphasizing that we come from different “stars”. He is also a Biodanza facilitator, a mediator and an AUM Meditation Leader and has facilitated workshops all over the world.In this workshop, DR Yaron Ziv having a vast experience as a couple therapist for more than 38 years of therapeutic work, will elaborate on the differences between Men and Women. From 1791 until 1915, the majority of Jews living in Eastern Europe were confined by the Czars of Russia ― starting with Catherine the Great ― to an area known as the "Pale of Settlement" (meaning "borders of settlement").The Pale consisted of 25 provinces that included Ukraine, Lithuania, Belorussia, Crimea, and part of Poland (which had been partitioned between Russia, Prussia, and Austria in 1772).
The Yeshiva University Museum’s outreach programs work with New York City public schools to provide students with art education and teachers with professional development.What we should look for when we look for a successful date and successful marriage, understanding the differences and adjusting expectations accordingly. Yaron Ziv is a senior psychotherapist, who specializes in parental skills, family life, couple Psychology from Christopher the Philosopher University, a degree in Clinical Social work, MSW, from Yeshiva University, Organizational Consultancy in Organizational Behavior, M. To produce new knowledge in the medical sciences, develop best practices in health care delivery, and educate the next generation of physicians and biomedical scientists committed to serving the needs of Illinois and the nation.The Yeshiva University Museum is a teaching museum and the cultural arm of Yeshiva University.Along with the American Jewish Historical Society, the American Sephardi Federation, the Leo Baeck Institute, New York and the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research, it is a member organization of the Center for Jewish History, a Smithsonian Institution affiliate located in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood. Its mission is to celebrate the culturally diverse intellectual and artistic achievements of 3,000 years of Jewish experience. Jacob Wisse was appointed the museum’s director on February 26, 2009.
Other Center for Jewish History facilities include a 250-seat, handicapped-accessible auditorium and projection room, meeting rooms, a lunchroom, and a kosher café.