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The Kabbalah of Saving the Environment

Our responsibility to preserve G-d’s world

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The Kabbalah of Saving the Environment: Our responsibility to preserve G-d’s world

Torah charges us to cherish and preserve the environment, for all of nature is purposeful and is by Divine design. We are G-d’s custodians of the world.
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Behar-Bechukotai, Everything has a Purpose, Bal Tashchit, Ecology; Enviromentalism, Behar

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Eleanor Skibo Pennsylvania, USA May 26, 2019

It’s the job of every Jewish person to do whatever you have to do, of course using common sense methods, to help save every aspect of our environment that G d created for all mankind and all other creatures. G d was so gracious to create such an awesome environment full of beauty, I can’t conceive why any person would want to destroy such a gift. If all of us continue on beholding such little respect for what keeps all of us alive, in
the end we only have ourselves to blame. Reply

Elie Wolf May 25, 2019

Absolutely enjoyed this, and it contains a message of immense importance today. Reply

David Seidenberg April 24, 2018

I liked this, but it didn't seem to be much about Kabbalah. If Rabbi Barber wants share some deep Kabbalah about the environment, he should give a talk on Igeret Hakodesh 20. Reply

Anonymous Florianopolis May 28, 2016

Simple, clear and amazing important lesson! Thank you! Reply

Anonymous Miami May 23, 2016

This is what I've been waiting for! Come on arm yourself it's our responsibility! Reply