Big Green Alyth Sunday
The root of the Mitzvah (Bal Tashchit) is well known: it is to teach our souls to love the Good and the Greater Value and to cling to it. Therefore we should attach ourselves to the good and distance ourselves from anything that is bad and any type of destruction. This is the path for Righteous People and People of Good Deeds – who love Peace and are happy with the goodness of the Creation and draw themselves close to Torah. They do not ever waste anything, even a kernel of mustard. They should fashion themselves in such a way that any wastefulness or destruction that they see – if they are able to prevent it – they should save it from all forms of destructiveness with all their energy. Sefer HaChinuch, Parshat Shoftim, Mitzvah 529
At Alyth Synagogue on Sunday 14th March: Rabbi Mark Goldsmith, Rabbi Josh Levy, Philip Freedman, Hannah Weisfeld and Poppy Berelowitz ran a special Sunday morning learning on how to make our lives more sustainable.
Good to Grow: What you can grow in five pots.
How to make your Bar/Bat Mitzvah or any other Simcha ethical.
What actually happened at the Copenhagen Climate Change Summit?
Arts and Crafts using recycled materials with Tzedek.
Bring your bicycle and learn how to change a tyre and how to be a safer cyclist.