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Kohenet: The Revival of the Sacred Feminine

Few things about my life after October are certain. The strongest knowing I have about the next stage of my life is that it will include my continued training as a Kohenet, a Jewish Priestess. 176 more words

The 3 Things That Saved My Life

Moving forward in my counseling program, I find myself wondering what really helps people. Last night Alma asked me, “What helped you?”

How do people change? 531 more words

“If it weren’t for volunteer groups like yours, I wouldn’t be living in my house now.”

“If it weren’t for volunteer groups like yours, I wouldn’t be living in my house now.”

Re-posted by JDRC on September 19, 2014

Original Post: September 16, 2014 by TELEM at… 848 more words

Take Opportunities to Pay It Forward

(Above: Jen Krane and Fallon Gokhman, JDRC Student Delegation Representatives, help rebuild 1Day Ranch in Bethel Acres, Oklahoma)

By Jen Krane

September 18, 2014

I was always told to never turn down an opportunity; when one comes your way, take it and make the best of it. 633 more words

A Man Lives By A Code

A man lives by a code, a quiet discipline of honor we learn first from our fathers and try to perfect for ourselves. We learn by example and by counterexample. 510 more words

“Both Shevi‘it and Kil’ayim (Mixtures) contain material that has been cited in discussion of environmental issues. The prohibition of agricultural work in the sabbatical and Jubilee years teaches responsibility for the conservation of soil resources, while the prohibition of mixed species can be read as a warning against unwarranted manipulation of the natural order.” 6 more words

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