I want to invite you to BeLoved Shabbaton! Rosh Chodesh Elul Jerusalem Hills

B”H Shalom

I want to invite you to:

Celebrating SHABBAT & Commitment to the World!
Environmentally Friendly : Vegan : Wholesome : Halachic

Fresh Farm to Table
an Enchanting Shabbaton to reconnect to our Beloved.
a celebration of Eco Torah natural living, wellness, & sustainability
For Families, Individuals
Raw food foodies and vegan connoisseurs,
people who love praying, learning,
holistic natural living
Learn Pray Sing Dance Meditate Eat Wholesome Holy Food Prepared with Love and Passion Share Connect Be Inspired Inspire Experience the highest SHABBAT BeLoved!
For more info: rubinr@gmail.com
a project of the All Natural Eco Torah Community:
We are committed not to use disposables, aluminium foils, plastics etc.
Zero Waste @ this Shabbaton.

The Torah begins with the creation of the world– with the word Breishit indicating that the entire world was created for Breishit – for the sake of the Torah, Eretz Yisrael, Klal Yisrael. When all three come together in harmony and on Shabbat– it gives the world it’s “chiyut” existence!

and so this is the motivation behind BeLoved!

BeLoved! Shabbat is on Shabbat Rosh Chodesh Elul a most auspicious time. Elul is the month of energy of Love – “I am to my beloved and my beloved is to me” to see the Beloved in everything. Love is what’s needed to create a world. May we tap into the great healing energy of SHABBAT ROSH CHODESH ELUL – the source of healing, blessing and love – the secret of the world’s existence.

Rosh Chodesh ELUL— is the beginning of creating the new year. — it’s the “yetzirat havlad” The intentions/thoughts at this time are so powerful and influence greatly the new year.
How wonderful it would be for people to come together learn, pray, sing, meditate on creating the most loving kind and good year.
 May we please Hashem co-create together for the world, for all of us, a year of Love of unity of goodness of geulah of Tihiyeh Shnat Nissim!

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