I wish I could provide a happy ending to the story. I can't. The divide is great. Much work needs to be done and Siach was an important first step. But there is a seed of hope
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May we all use this time of Passover to make transformations, big or small, in our food system, our communities and our selves.
By putting God at the center of life, we see the sacred in everything and the natural world becomes a source of wonder and not only a resource for our use and abuse.
What was once an accounting of tree inventory in ancient Israel may be emerging as the accounting of a movement.
Food is now largely produced by huge corporate, industrialized farms hundreds or thousands of miles away from consumers. As our relationship to food dramatically changes, faith traditions are speaking up.
When I look at my kids, I pray that they will have a world to grow into that is habitable and sustainable. The generation of "whatever" is doing great harm to the future of our existence.
After a decade of philanthropic investment that has produced a flowering of innovation and social entrepreneurship not seen since the late 19th century, all signs point to a flash freeze.
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