Instead of looking up to the heavens for holiness, what if instead we looked to the earth beneath our feet?
The Jewish new year for trees is the rare time where we celebrate potential — not product.
Dreams are not only central to the observance of Tu Bishvat, but to our nighttime imaginal realms.
More than mere expressions of gratitude, blessings are portals to other spiritual realms.
Cake for a winter's morning.
The seven species of the land of Israel have special medical and spiritual properties.
Science and Ecology
Jewish sources single out trees as one of the most important aspects of the natural world.
What trees can teach about relationships
For Jewish families, caring for the environment could be part of a wider consciousness of living in a world that is a divine gift.
Explaining to grandchildren Jewish environmental action