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This ritual can be used as a way to enter into a Tu B’shvat seder or teaching session or as an intention-setting or witnessing ritual for an environmental action
white hands cupping water over a body of water
“We come here in humility and gratitude today for the opportunity to celebrate the installation of our solar panels”
solar panels on a building with sunshine
“Praise the heartbeat of the universe”
view of mountains in blue and white sky with clouds with person on a rocky outcrop small in the scene
“We stand on the edge of possibility and loss”
Unetaneh Tokef: Facing our Environmental Challenge
“The Earth does not belong to us. We belong to the Earth.”
Sabbath for the Land

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