Shlomit Ovadia

Shmini: Why keep kosher?

Shmini: Why keep kosher?

A Kabbalistic and Maimonidean approach to Parashat Shmini. , 28/03/2019 07:20
Absurdism, Judaism, and Human Agency: Kafka on the Parsha

Absurdism, Judaism, and Human Agency: Kafka on the Parsha

The Torah tries to accomplish, through its institution of laws and teachings—to bring us even a fraction closer to making sense out of a world that seems humanistically subjective, elusive in meaning, and endlessly confounding., 22/02/2019 15:52
Collective responsibility: A Tu Bishvat lesson

Collective responsibility: A Tu Bishvat lesson

Earth and nature play an essential role in Judaism. Tu Bishvat, the New Year of the Trees in Judaism, is a time to think about how we treat the land and its resources., 20/01/2019 14:30
Getting closer to Judaism through farming the land

Getting closer to Judaism through farming the land

Exploring the connection between Judaism and organic practices, and how to can enhance the quality of our relationship with G-d by enjoying the novelty and simplicity of nature., 16/12/2018 11:37