Reweaving the Cultural Fabric Nisan 28, 5779 | May 3, 2019 Listen to Zelig Golden's Dvar Torah (teaching) from Kabbalat Shabbat, recorded May 3, 2019 at Urban Adamah, Berkeley, California.
Parshat Shmini: Aaron’s silence, a lesson to be heard Adar II 22, 5779 | March 29, 2019 Listen to Zelig Golden's Dvar Torah (teaching) from Kabbalat Shabbat, recorded March 29, 2019 at Urban Adamah, Berkeley, California.
Tu B'shvat: Celebrating Teachers: Roots, Branches, Seeds, and Fruits A Teaching for Tu B’shvat 5779 Zelig Golden Tu B’shvat coincides with parsha Be’shallah, the Torah portion that describes the parting of the Red Sea. In an amazing midrash (Exodus Rabbah 21:10) we are offered the
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 scout the Promised land… At the beginning of the Torah
Countering the Effects of Nature Deficit Disorder by Sarai Shapiro 11 Tamuz 5774 | July 9, 2014 When’s the last time you… played hide and seek in the woods listened to the call of the birds followed a deer trail to its
Raising Wise Humans Learning from the Garden of Eden by Sarai Shapiro, Wilderness Torah Youth Programs Director 5 Adar I 5774 | February 5, 2014 How have you truly learned, grown, and gained wisdom in your life? It is often in taking
Rededicating Our Sacred Fire by Maggid Zelig Golden 30 Kislev 5774 | December 3, 2013 Hanukkah, which means “rededication,” commemorates the Maccabee army’s military victory against the Syrian empire, which had nearly defeated the Jews and temporarily occupied the Temple. After the
Rowan’s Encounter with God by Rowan Gould-Bayba, B’naiture 2011–13 graduate 6 Kislev 5774 | November 9, 2013 This drash (teaching) starts with a cold dark night. I had just turned 13, and was challenged to go out into the woods alone to
by Sarai Shapiro & Zelig Golden August 16, 2013 | 10 Elul 5773 Again and again, we’re seeing the bar and bat mitzvah fail to address the urgent needs teens face today. While current bar and bat mitzvahs often provide a meaningful initiation into Judaism,