My mood is summed up in a scene from fifteen years ago, when we were in the far north of Israel at the Hullah nature reserve. Before or since, I’ve never seen so many amazing birds. A tall, strong man was holding in his hands the tiniest of feathered creatures and putting a ring round its leg with deft gentleness.
My blog this week: Looking beyond destruction to healing and rebuilding: https://t.co/G5TtTVRtYVJonathan Wittenberg about 8 days ago
My dog Nessie’s idea of helping in the garden @plantmadman @RoyalHortSoc @AllDogsMatter @Love_plants https://t.co/wiNC7zbTL2Jonathan Wittenberg about 9 days ago
Please put out water as well as food for the birds and a low dish of water for the hedgehogs. They’re thirsty and t… https://t.co/UYwttW8UoHJonathan Wittenberg about 11 days ago
Read my blog this week "Where the Messiah is" here: https://t.co/uMa9alBX18Jonathan Wittenberg about 15 days ago
RT @EcoSynagogue: #ClimateEmergency #heatwave "We, Rabbis of communities across denominational spectrum of #EcoJudaism call on community t…Jonathan Wittenberg about 25 days ago
I know so many people whose lives are driven by the question ‘How can I make the world better?’ They do such different things, they’re teachers, healers, musicians, listeners, bread-bakers; basically they’re truly human beings. They’re driven by the supreme value, chesed, loving-kindness. I only wish they were the ones making the big decisions about the world’s future. Maybe that’s
A thing I love is the sound of running water, not always or everywhere, not like our first night in our new house twenty years ago when our daughter woke us calling ‘Mummy, mummy, it’s raining in my bed,’ and we found a torrent from a leaked pipe streaming down the walls. But I love the sound of rainfall at