Zusia: Mouth of the Donkey
Mouth of The Donkey: Reimagining Biblical Animals
Animals are everywhere in Torah. Snakes and ravens share meals with people; donkeys and sheep work alongside us; eagles and lions inspire us; locusts warn us. How should we read their stories? What can they teach us about ecology, spirituality, and ethics? Reb Laura will lead us in the study of Torah’s great animal stories. Together, we’ll go deeper into some ideas from her recently published book, Mouth of the Donkey.
Instructor: Rabbi Laura Duhan-Kaplan
Dates: Wednesdays, Oct. 27-Nov. 17
Time: 7-9 p.m.
Investment: Members $72; Non-Members $144
This course is offered with a hybrid delivery: participate in person at Or Shalom, or attend via Zoom. All registrants will receive the Zoom link before the course start date.
If students would like to purchase a copy of Reb Laura’s book, print and digital options are available here. There will also be print copies available for purchase at the class.