In this final edition of our Weekly Teshuvah Torah series, we celebrate the completion of the Cycle of Teshuvah, the 50-day spiritual journey from Elul through Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot. We reflect on our human experience through this journey, how we as people of the earth, adamhave a powerful role in creation and the earth, adamah. Judaism guides us in this role, reminding us what it means to be human beings. The architecture of our Hebrew calendar offers cycles within cycles, focused on honoring what it means to be alive.

We hope this Cycle of Teshuvah has connected you with the waters of creation and the eternal cycle of life. May we all flourish in a healthy balance with community and the natural world.