Teachings

Teachings

Wilderness Torah provides thought leadership at the cutting-edge of the movement to remember and reconnect to Judaism’s ancient earth-based roots.

Below are thought pieces about the earth-based Judaism movement, commentary on the weekly Torah portion and Jewish holidays, and teachings about the innovative work of Wilderness Torah to reconnect Jewish culture to its indigenous roots.


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Tazria: Healing in the Wilderness

by Maggid Zelig Golden 29 Adar II 5776 | April 8, 2016 Below, listen to Maggid Zelig Golden's entire drash (teaching) on his recent experience in Israel and how time spent in the wilderness can

Drawing on the Light Within

by Maggid Zelig Golden 29 Kislev 5776 | December 11, 2015 Below, listen to Maggid Zelig Golden's entire drash (teaching) on finding light in the darkest of times, recorded December 11, 2015, at the Kabbalat

Embrace the Rainbow: A Call to Peace and Love in a Broken World

by Maggid Zelig Golden 3 Cheshvan 5776 | October 16, 2015 In Noah, last week's parsha (Torah portion), the flood destroys a corrupt world. When the waters subside Noah sends out a raven and then

Elul: Preparing for the Choice of Life

by Maggid Zelig Golden 29 Av 5775 | August 14, 2015 In the twenty-nine days leading to Rosh Hashanah, we are invited to fully listen to the welcomed blessings, as well as the darkness in

Hakhel: Sukkot Tribe Gathering for Next Seven Years

by Maggid Zelig Golden 25 Elul 5775 | September 8, 2015 In just five days shofars will sound 100 times all around the world, calling in the New Year with that primal sound that wakes

How Small Choices Can Have Big Impacts

by Marina Sherman B’naiture 2012-2014 graduate B’hootz Teen Mentor 2014-present 19 Sivan 5775 | June 5, 2015 Shabbat Shalom. This week’s Torah portion, Shelach Lecha, includes the famous story of the 12 spies sent to

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