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Behar / Bechukotai – Leviticus 25:1 – 27:34

Thumbnail_CoverDesign_Behar-Bechukotai “Sowing the seed, my hand is one with the earth. …Hungry and trusting, my mind is one with the earth. Eating the fruit, my body is one with the earth.“ Wendell Berry’s poem “Prayers and Sayings of the Mad Farmer” asks us to consider how the farmer is like the farm. Similarly, the strong language […] http://bethsholomsf.org/behar-bechukotai-leviticus-251-2734/ Continue Reading...

Shana Cohen’s Bat Mitzvah

Thumbnail_ShanaCohen Hello! Hej! Jambo! Hola! שלום! Bonjour! Hallo! Helló! My name is Shana Cohen, and I am a third generation San Franciscan and a student at Gateway Middle School. I like soccer (I play on SF Sol), reading, spending time with family and friends, animals, horseback riding, art, and being creative. I am bilingual – I […] http://bethsholomsf.org/shana-cohens-bat-mitzvah/ Continue Reading...

Rabbi Glazer Reviews Kabbalah and Ecology

Kabbalah&Ecology It’s Earth Day! What better time to highlight Rabbi Glazer‘s review of Rabbi David Seidenberg‘s book Kabbalah and Ecology: God’s Image In The More-Than-Human World (Cambridge University Press, 2015)? The book review was published in the March 2016 of the journal Theological Studies, but can read it in full by clicking here. In the write-up, […] http://bethsholomsf.org/rabbi-glazer-reviews-kabbalah-and-ecology/ Continue Reading...