Dying Doesn’t Feel Like What I’m Doing

Rachel Cowan was a civil rights activist, community organizer, the first female Jew by choice ordained as a Rabbi, a beloved and influential mindfulness teacher, a grandmother, a wise elder. And then she was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer.

Watch the film, then join the Q&A panel (included free of charge) on May 2nd at 2PM Central to discuss the film and learn about Jewish Family Service’s new Wise Aging program with filmmaker Paula Weiman-Kelman, along with Shalom Austin 60+ Program Director Rachel Wimberley and Shalom Austin JFS Clinical Psychologist Dr. Fabianna Laby, moderated by student in Spiritual Direction and AJFF Executive Director, Dr. David Goldblatt. 

To learn more about JFS’s Wise Aging program that will begin this fall, follow this link to email your details to the program coordinator.

Length: 60 minutes

Release: 2020

Director: Paula Weiman-Kelman

Presented for free, thanks to support from Shalom Austin and AJFF365 subscribers.

Note: Films are geo-blocked to Texas.
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