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Tu Bishvat: Sacred Food, Sacred Stories

Hosted By: Urban Adamah

Join Urban Adamah this Tu Bishvat for a special evening of ritual & storytelling as we celebrate our sacred relationship with food.

Tu Bishvat began as a threshold of time for trees. People marked time for trees in order to honor a sacred harvest in right-relationship with land, with each other, and with the Divine. Jewish mystics grew this agro-ecological practice into a celebration of the divine spark that flows through all things. A spark particularly potent in the fruits and seeds of trees, which contain within them the dreams of an abundant food forest.


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