Sacred Attunement: Shmita as Cultural Biomimicry

This upcoming Jewish New Year marks a Shmita year: a Year of Rest, Release, and Letting Go. Shmita is a sabbath or sabbatical year when the land rests.

On Sunday between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur of this year, join the Jewish Ecological Fellowship and Zazu Dreams while Dr. Cara Judea Alhadeff investigates Shmita/ Sabbath/Slow Movement alternatives to unlimited economic growth, progress, development paradigms.

Sacred Attunement: Shmita as Cultural Biomimicry
Sunday, September 12, 2021 
10:00 pm – 11:30 am MT 
Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88020159391?pwd=cERyZXlKVkpkVHpYY3B2ODQyeGoydz09

About Cara Alhadeff

Cara Judea Alhadeff, Ph.D., Executive Director of Jews Of The Earth (JOTE); author of Viscous Expectations: Justice, Vulnerability, The Ob-scene (Pennsylvania State University Press, 2014) and Zazu Dreams: Between the Scarab and the Dung Beetle, A Cautionary Fable for the Anthropocene Era (Eifrig Publishing, 2017). www.carajudea.com; www.zazudreams.com

Check Also

Boulder JCC to Offer “A Night at the Catskills”

Join us for a festive pre-Chanukah evening of music, dancing, cabaret, mingling, and more as we recreate the tastes, sounds, and ambiance of the classic New York State “Borsht Belt” clubs of the 1950-60s.

Post-Midterms Interfaith Panel: Where Do We Go From Here?

Tuesday night: Following the 2022 midterm elections, we convene public leaders from diverse backgrounds to discuss how we can have more constructive dialogue with people who may be dissimilar to us in an effort to advocate for unity over divisive rhetoric.

%d bloggers like this: