Richard Kline became a member of our Temple 2 years ago. He is retired now, but during his 25 years in private practice as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, the subject of dreams came up only too often. The frequency of this caused him to spend a great deal of time exploring this subject, both as a professional and also as lay person who was simply fascinated by the subject.

At 7 pm on Wednesday, October 3, our Program committee, of which Richard is a member, will hold its first event of the new fiscal year: a round-table discussion on engaging our dreams. Are dreams important? Why are some dreams disturbing and others deeply satisfying? How are one’s cultural values reflected in the processing of what you dream? These are a few of the questions we will be discussing.

If this subject is something you have often wondered about, but never had anyone to talk to about it, then this is for you. No need to sign up. Just show up at the JCO. You can merely observe or, better yet, participate in the discussion.