The views and opinions expressed in the d'vrei Earth represent those of the author.
The above are examples of Divrei Earth - spiritual wisdom from Earth and Torah, in the blog written by Rabbi Katy Allen and members and friends of Ma'yan Tikvah.
Divrei Earth - literally words of Earth, provide reflections on the weekly Torah portion, as well as Earth Etudes for Elul, reflections in preparation for the New Year during the month leading up to Rosh Hashanah, and Counting the Omer, reflections on Earth and Torah from Passover to Shavuot.
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Thank you to Lisa Wangsness at The Boston Globe for the fantastic article about Ma'yan Tikvah! Check it out here.
CLICK HERE to find 13 environmental tips with accompanying texts and commentary by Rabbi Katy Allen.
Webinar : A Transformation from Environamental Grief to Environmental Action
Watch Eden Keeper Webinar, "A Transformation from Environmental Grief to Environmental Action." During this half-hour video, Director Robin Purchia hosts Rabbi Katy and the two discuss grief, the management of feelings of loss, and how to tranform our dark inner places into joy and a spiritual connection to the environment.
Are you feeling a bit blue? Wondering about meaning? Despairing about the state of the world? Here are a few suggestions to help yourself get re-grounded spiritually.
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Cranberry Shabbat! Sat, Oct 26 Wachusett Reservoir
Raindate, Nov. 2
Shabbat Brook Ramble
Pod Meadow in Autumn
Pod Meadow, Wayland
Pine Brook Shabbat
Pine Brook Cons. Area Wayland
Benjamin Pond Shabbat
Upper Mill Brook
Wildlife Shabbat Walk
Great Meadows Wildlife Refuge
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