Places & Other Faiths

On the Road with Rabbi Steinsaltz by Arthur Kurzweil presented by 
Orange County Jewish Community Scholar Center 


Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz is internationally regarded as one of the most brilliant and influential rabbis of our time. He has been lauded by Time magazine as a “once-in-a-millennium scholar” and by Ted Koppel of Night Line as “one of the very few wise men that I’ve ever met.” Arthur Kurzweil—himself a Jewish scholar, author, teacher, and publisher—was a disciple of Rabbi Steinsaltz’s for over 25 years, and served as the Rabbi’s designated chauffer in the United States. While stuck in countless traffic jams and attending the Rabbi’s lectures at universities, government agencies, synagogues and seminars, Arthur had the rare opportunity of personally learning from his inspired teacher and has become intimately familiar with the Rabbi’s wisdom and teachings. 

Ramakrishna Vedanta Society of BostonDifferent Pathways in Jewish Spirituality 
by Prof. Jacob Meskin, Senior Lecturer, Hebrew College, Newton June 30, 2019


The History of the Vedanta Society of Northern California and 
the "Old Hindu Temple" presented by Pravrajika Virajaprana


Buddhist Master Hua at the annual Memorial Day Vedanta Retreat, Olema, California, 1992


Master Hua was the founder of City of Ten Thousand Buddhas. With him onstage are Swami Shraddhananda; Swami Prabuddhananda, who gives the introductory remarks; and Rev. Heng Sure, Master Hua's disciple and translator


A visit to Shanti Ahrama 1993 with Swamis Prabuddhananda, Ghanananda, Chidbasananda, Vedananada, and a few devotees


Swami Vivekananda at Ridgely Manor






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