Saving “two of each land” of animal on Noah’s Ark is often cited as a lesson in biodiversity from the Torah but this is not the only ecological lesson in the Torah reading. We’ll look beyond the ark: to what happened before the flood and what happened afterwards – up to the story of Tower of Babel. Join us as we explore ecological lessons embedded in places we might least …Read More →
This year, starting in September, I or another Organic Torah teacher will write a monthly translation, summary and commentary on a short section of spiritual Torah. Most often it will be from the book Derekh HaMelekh, by Rabbi Kalonymus Kalman Shapira (The Piazetzner Rebbe) (1889 – 1943). This first one is for everyone but starting in September, these translations will be offered to Organic Torah members. We’ll also have periodic …Read More→
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