Yoshi Silverstein’s passions — which include Jewish outdoor and environmental education, as well as fitness and movement — each strive toward creative embodied Jewish practice. We explore how these approaches can contribute to a resilient Jewish community, and conclude by applying them to the upcoming holiday of Shavuot: how might they help us experience revelation and gratitude in the midst of an uncertain future?
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- Mitsui Collective – Resilient. Together. — Building resilient community around nature & wellness, embodied Jewish practice, and multiracial justice.
- About – Yoshi Silverstein
- Overview - Hazon — JOFEE stands for Jewish Outdoor, Food, Farming & Environmental Education. These experiences connect people to Judaism, community, and the natural world through hands-on, thoughtful and engaging Jewish content across different ages, Jewish backgrounds, and religious approaches.
- EDOT – עדוֹת-המידווסט The Midwest Regional Jewish Diversity Collaborative – UW–Madison — Edot HaMidwest: The Midwest Regional Jewish Diversity Collaborative (“Edot”) is a set of partnerships and activities focused on affirming Jewish racial and ethnic diversity across communities in the Midwest region. Supporting the leadership of Jewish People of Color (JOC’s) is our driver for change.
- Shavuot resources at ReconstructingJudaism.org
- Celebrating the Seven Days of Shavuot: A Journey of Revelation and Relationship (From Evolve) — Let’s expand our observance of Shavuot—affirming our relationship with the Earth and our commitment to deepening our relationship with all people.
- Revelation Can Be Terrifying (from Evolve) — The Bible’s description of the shuddering of the people at Mount Sinai reflects a deep truth about how moments of revelatory insight can be frightening.