A reflection of one's self can be used to make one more attractive, to self-aggrandise, or even be self-effacing. The Greco-Roman love of human form stands in contrast to Judaism's quest to enhance the spiritual - and this tension is manifest in their respective relationship to human sexuality. Three Jewish texts involving mirrors can elucidate.
Let us share with you our beautiful and grounding morning practice from the farm! Join us recently returned Adamah fellows for pre-breakfast praying, stretching, meditating and singing your heart out.
Get inspired and find innovative ways to discover new perspectives about social action in a Jewish context. We will discuss and reflect on the Jewish values that inspire our action and express it through art. During the workshop, we will reflect on Jewish texts built on the foundation of social action and let our creativity flow without boundaries.