Rabbi Michael Berg
The Kabbalah Centre
1054 S. Robertson Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90035
Dear Rabbi Berg:
I represent a client who's interested in Kabbalah; however, she prefers to remain anonymous at this time.
My client is recognized in social and artistic circles from Los Angeles to London. She has the ear of several prominent film directors and sits on the board of a metropolitan opera and art museum. My client is well-connected to politicians, media executives and investment bankers.
My client summers in Northeast Harbor, Maine, and divides her winters between Sun Valley and Santa Monica.
Despite her trappings, my client remains deeply committed to her spirituality. She has seen the film Gandhi twice. She also has seen Seven Years in Tibet, which she didn't care for as much.
My client has asked me to tell you that if it will speed up her chances of securing a spot in one of the more prominent Kabbalah Centers, she's willing to disclose her finances.
Though she would prefer to practice Kabbalah, my client wants you to know that she's being courted by several leading members of the Church of Scientology. She would like to make a decision soon, so your prompt advice would be most appreciated.