For those of you who follow my blog and who are puzzled with my Torah Ecology posts or find them unreadable…I would like to explain. In a few words, my blog is about religion and food and the intersection between them. This has
What we eat shapes ethical consciousness. It is a key to social and environmental justice and to restoring harmony in our relationships with our world and with G-d. It has the power to dull our senses or stir our sense of joy and gratitude. What we
The biggest change the Industrial Revolution brought was opening the flood gates to a disconnect between human beings and the rest of creation. We approach a time when we will experience the devastation that results from that disastrous disconnect, when we will experience what
This post was made to my personal Facebook page, but I decided to add it to my blog as part of my own record of progress. On January 1, 2016, I started a year-long project of taking pictures out my back door.
Ghandi is well-known for the non-violent resistance techniques he taught and modeled during the struggle for Indian independence from a colonial power. What we perhaps don’t as often remember is that he spun the cloth for his own simple clothing and taught that
One thing that all major religions have in common is a powerful message of hope. Judaism expresses its hopeful message in a variety of ways, in its sacred texts, its prayers and liturgies, its mandated ethical activity and its rituals. Ritual is