Guardians of the Earth: A Tu B'Shvat Video

Mankind has been given the mandate to use the earth, but not to destroy it.



Comments (7)

(5) Erika kish, February 8, 2020 11:28 AM

Humility

All I can say it was so beautiful presented I m in humility before Gods Creation ,humbled and grateful and uplifted. Thank you for this beautiful gift God you gave us.

(4) Erika kish, February 7, 2020 8:44 PM

Thank you for this inspiring video. To remind people that we don't own nothing everything belongs to God ,to respect all creation nature and Animals . Thank you ,so uplifting ,and grateful for this awesome planet God gave us to take care of.

(3) Jennifer Shurtleff, February 6, 2020 6:09 PM

Why do many of the Israeli population not respectful of their land?

I've been to northern and central Israel more than once, I was shocked the lack of stewardship regarding keeping the sidewalks, streets and beaches clean. Excessive trash, glass, dog feses not cleaned the list goes on. Why the lack of care and respect?

Tova Saul, February 7, 2020 5:09 AM

I wish that was the worst of our environmental problem

Beyond trash, Israel is destroying its beautiful hills and covering them with housing developments, roads, and industrial areas.

(2) Tova saul, February 6, 2020 4:54 PM

Failing miserably

Any drive through Israel shows ever greater destruction of our precious hills, wilderness, and wildlife from maniacal human expansion. Hashem "contracted" Himself to create the universe (whatever that means----its a kabbalistic idea) so we shoukd contract ourselves to allow the rest of the planet to survive.

Ra'anan, February 7, 2020 11:58 AM

but SPACE is at a premium! Israeli NEEDS new housing for residents, where...

will they live? B"SD
I think it's more about BALANCING cities with nature just as Levitical cities had green buffer zones.

(1) shimshon bitnun, February 6, 2020 2:45 PM

IT IS VERY REFRESHING READING LORD SAACK'S COMMENTS ABOUT NATURE AND ITS CONNECTION WITH GOD AND MAN.IT HAS BEEN PART OF ME SINCE CHILDHOOD,COMING FROM AN INNER SPARK,SINCE I DID NOT FEEL IT FROM HOME.I FIND IT VERY DISTRESSING AS WELL AS WEIRD THAT ON THE RELIGIOUS YISHUV WHERE I LIVE VERY FEW OF THE INHABITANTS HAVE ANY INTEREST IN NATURE ,AND VERY FEW OF THEM EVER GO WALKING IN THE NEIGHBOURING FOREST!

 

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