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    Elul is a time for reflection, for turning and re-turning to G!d and to our best selves in preparation for the Days of Awe. These poems and essays connect us in some way to our beloved planet Earth. Written by rabbis, environmentalists, gardeners, poets, writers, and other spiritual leaders.


    Earth Etudes for Elul by: Katy Z. Allen $15.00

    The month of Elul is a time for reflection, a time for t’shuvah, of turning and re-turning to G!d and to our best selves, in preparation for the Days of Awe. It is time for heshbon hanefesh, examining our hearts and souls. Elul is the time for us to begin to make atonement for the things we wish we had or hadn’t done, and to renew ourselves, to do all we can to get ourselves to change. To help you on this journey, you will find in this volume a series of reflections for the month of Elul, divrei Earth—teachings that connect Earth and Torah.  Use this volume to help you expand your own reflections about t’shuvah: read a few etudes a day or even select by theme. Themes include climate change, community and covenant, cycles, nature, gardening, personal behavior, rituals, and turning.

    These reflections, meditations filled with Jewish wisdom, are written by rabbis, hazzans, environmentalists, gardeners, activists, educators, storytellers, poets, scientists and other spiritual leaders, reflecting many points of view and ways of looking at the world and the process of t’shuvah. The author list includes:

    Rabbi Adina Allen
    Rabbi Katy Allen
    Rabbi Steve Altarescu
    Tali Anisfeld
    Maggid David Arfa
    Rachel Aronson
    Molly Bajgot
    Hazzan Shoshana Brown
    Rabbi Nina Beth Cardin
    Sarah Chandler, MA
    Rabbi Howard A. Cohen
    Rabbi Michael M. Cohen
    Sandra N. Daitch
    Rabbi Robin Damsky
    Susie Davidson
    Janna Diamond
    Rabbi Dorit Edut
    Rabbi Jeff Foust
    Judith Felsen, PhD
    Rabbi Moshe Givental
    Rabbi Laurie Gold
    Dr. Mirele Goldsmith
    Rabbi/Cantor Anne Heath
    Thea Iberall, PhD
    Rabbi David Jaffee
    Daniel Kieval
    Rabbi Margaret Frisch Klein
    David Krantz
    Rabbi Judith Kummer
    Dr. Scott Lewis
    Maxine Lyons
    Leora Mallach
    Rabbi Natan Margalit, PhD
    Hattie Nestel
    Joelle Novey
    Andy Oram
    Joan Rachlin, JD, MPH
    Carol C. Reiman
    Leslie Rosenblatt
    Lois Rosenthal
    Richard M. Schwartz, PhD
    Rabbi David Seidenberg
    Rabbi Jacob Siegel
    Howard Smith
    Rabba Kaya Stern-Kaufman, MSW
    Nyanna Susan Tobin
    Rabbi Lawrence Troster
    Rabbi Judy Weiss
    Steph Zabel, MSc
    Rabbi Ziona Zelazo

     

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    A Workbook for Finding Yourself Through Caregiving

    This workbook is designed to help those feeling overwhelmed by responsibilities and demands on their caregiving journey.


    Tools for the Caregiver by: Shirly Riga $20.00

    A Workbook for Finding Yourself Through Caregiving

    Shirley Riga spent decades as a primary caregiver for her youngest daughter and evolved tools and insights for emotional survival. Tools for the Caregiver is a workbook designed to help those feeling overwhelmed by responsibilities and demands on their caregiving journey. It provides time-tested tips, tools and insights for you to explore your thoughts and beliefs. Riga’s goal is to help caregivers cope with their daily lives and maintain a connection with themselves in the process.

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