Wed, Nov 18 | Webinar

Tzimtzum for Farmers: Stewarding Land with Humility

The Kabbalistic concept of tzimtzum teaches that in order to create the universe the infinite source had to contract to make space for creation. Join Yesod Farm+Kitchen Scholar-in-Residence, Justin Goldstein, in exploring how this mystical concept can influence the worldview and actions of a person
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Tzimtzum for Farmers: Stewarding Land with Humility

Time & Location

Nov 18, 2020, 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM EST
Webinar

About the Event

The Kabbalistic concept of tzimtzum teaches that in order to create the universe the infinite source had to contract to make space for creation. Join Yesod Farm+Kitchen Scholar-in-Residence, Justin Goldstein, in exploring how this mystical concept can influence the worldview and actions of a person who actively stewards creation. We will enjoy robust group discussion, small group learning, and personal reflection centered around this foundational ancestral mystical wisdom.

About the Facilitator: 

Justin Goldstein was ordained as a rabbi by the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies in 2011 and served congregations in Bangor, ME and Asheville, NC. Currently, Justin serves as the Scholar-in-Residence at Yesod Farm+Kitchen in Fairview, NC, a new regenerative farm incorporating the wisdom of ancient Jewish agricultural practices. For over 20 years Justin has been investigating the relationship between environmental sustainability, environmental justice, food security, and the Jewish tradition.

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