I think one of the most special aspects of the Livnot ethos is that Spirituality is found in all things and all occurrences. Of course, this is the Jewish perspective, which brings together the physical and spiritual into a balanced whole.
As Aharon likes to put it: “It is the ability to find meaning in everything and everyone around us. Things don’t just happen.”
For almost 40 years, Livnot has been planting these kinds of seeds with our chevre. We had the privilege this week to welcome back Jay Rudo, a chevre from 1981. It is moving to hear his words on coming back after so long.
Originally from Syracuse, NY, Meir received his BA in American History and Political Science from Tulane University and his MS in Resource Management from SUNY College of Environmental Science & Forestry. He arrived in Israel in 1992, served in the Nahal Infantry Unit before moving to Kibbutz Sde Eliyahu. On Kibbutz, Meir was Assistant Manager of the... Read More