Think of people who are the best. Tiger Woods, Joe Dimaggio, Michael Jordan, David Beckham. Now imagine playing next to anyone of them.
If you have just a passing proficiency it would be difficult to tell the difference between the two of you. Except where the ball landed. The difference between Pavoritti or Itzhak Perlman and the number two in opera or violin can only be measured in very small fractions. But what a difference that fraction makes.
The Bliss Philosophy is built around the idea that if you are already engaged in a relationship you are like the number two guy. Working harder is not going to get you the results you desire. However, slight small changes, that in sports or music will produce remarkable results are similarly true in marriage and parenting.
Using his training as a stand-up comedian at the Improv in LA, Rabbi Baars has developed a knockout, modern, multi-media presentation that gets you rolling in the aisles from laughter.
Built on the principle, that a great parent is also a great spouse, this innovative, non-denominational seminar demonstrates key skills and simple techniques that transform any relationship.
In 2006, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families (ACF) awarded BLISS a grant under the administration’s Healthy Marriages Initiative. With this grant, BLISS has been able to partner with leaders in local government agencies, community organizations and houses of worship in Washington, DC, to increase awareness of the importance of healthy marriages and in offering the seminar to members of their sub-communities.
Rabbi Baars and his wife, Ruth, are blessed with seven children.