The Jewish Civilization is like a splendid old tree on a windy plain. Age and weather have twisted its branches, thickened its bark, but its roots go deep, and the twigs are green and alive. Under its shade, there is room for all.JOAN KOEHLER, SH’MA, A JOURNAL OF JEWISH RESPONSIBILITY, VOL. 1, NO. 19, NOVEMBER 5, 1971
Notes from the Author:
I am approaching the next steps of my learning journey, and I hope I have things to share that people will care about. I’m still planning on having this be a collection of private thoughts and random information, but I’m no longer terrified of sharing and standing by my knowledge of Judaism.
I’ve gone through 2 semesters of a Living a Jewish Life class with a reform congregation in Austin, Texas, but of course my joy in Jewish knowledge doesn’t stop there.
Hope you enjoy!