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Not Your Parent's Sunday School - May 6, 2021 - Shared screen with speaker view
Rabbi Morrison
15:38
bereshit 1:328-29
Rabbi Morrison
15:51
1:28-29
Rabbi Morrison
24:53
gen. 9:1-3- NOAH
Everton Dias
26:57
https://www.ted.com/talks/camille_defrenne_and_suzanne_simard_the_secret_language_of_trees?language=pt-br
Norma
27:26
The Jubilee Year
Norma
28:16
Our own “hard-drive”
ELLEN LEEDS
31:06
the Overstory by Richard Powers was that novel about trees and their story....
Grace Pazdra (they/them)
32:56
A concept I see a lot is that "no diet is cruelty free" including vegetarianism/veganism/etc when there are farm workers being disenfranchised and abused to supply organic foods.
Rabbi Morrison
33:42
diane, norma, fran
Julia & Adam
35:17
Another reason people advocate for no-till agriculture - it’s the mycorrhizal fungi in the soil that connect plants and allow them to interact, and they get disrupted when we till
Everton Dias
35:50
Grace made a very good point on cruelty as related to ethics and practices. Very good. Organic may be healthy to the individual, but may be not that different than regular practices when it comes to mass consumer products.
Diane King
36:30
Ishmael by Daniel Quinn
Everton Dias
36:36
artie is raising hand
Julia & Adam
37:43
Mycorrhizae = fungi that are symbiotic with plant roots
Rabbi Morrison
38:04
norma, fran,a rtie, everton
Diane King
39:07
The Secret Life of Plants -
Julia & Adam
39:41
re: what Norma said about soul. Most of the mass of a tree is dead cells that are nonetheless still extremely functionally important to how the plant works
Norma
39:43
Hearing is the last sense to go.
Diane King
40:45
Years ago it was encouraged to play music to your plants and they would grow better. I did it with my African violets and they bloomed beautifully. They loved Tchaikovsky.
Grace Pazdra (they/them)
41:47
Diane, I love that so much! We talk and sing to our houseplants all the time in my house :)
Diane King
45:34
Diane would like to comment
Everton Dias
51:04
As long as we keep concentrating in metropolitan areas, we will still need supermarket chains, just to mention a simple one.. mass consumption includes all sorts of services that definitely have impact.
Norma
53:25
“Reform” is a verb!
ELLEN LEEDS
55:52
Adam that is amazing is there enough funding to make that possible?
Julia & Adam
57:32
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2021/may/01/florida-rights-of-nature-lawsuit-waterways-housing-development
Everton Dias
58:41
One interesting point: It seems to me that a significant portion of real estate development is strongly related to investment speculation. eg: several luxury buildings by the coast line are owned by individuals that don't even live on the properties. Am I wrong on this perception? I mean..there's a mind set on "consumption, investment".
Everton Dias
59:02
eg: Sunny Isles.
Julia & Adam
59:10
Great point, Everton
Fran Levey and Alice Miller
59:22
and Miami Beach.
Everton Dias
59:45
Seems a bit cinic to be living in the "Porsche Design" and buying from Whole Foods...lol
Diane King
01:00:42
the rainforest in South America provides oxygen for the plant
Juli Nalerio (she/her)
01:02:21
beautiful!!!
Juli Nalerio (she/her)
01:02:26
citation?
Fran Levey and Alice Miller
01:04:59
Reb Nachman - lots of readings about nature and God
Norma
01:05:48
How about we sing Happy Bday together?
Fran Levey and Alice Miller
01:05:55
Thank you, Rabbi
ELLEN LEEDS
01:06:00
Let ezrah come on so we can wish him happy birthday
Juli Nalerio (she/her)
01:06:31
thank you for having me in the group
Juli Nalerio (she/her)
01:06:41
happy birthday Ezra!
Everton Dias
01:06:50
Happy Birthday !
Juli Nalerio (she/her)
01:06:52
(i’m in library!)
Everton Dias
01:06:54
great Ezra!
Juli Nalerio (she/her)
01:06:58
Buen Shabbat!