A little bit about me

Doing what we do best

Doing what we do best

I am a woman who is searching for my truth in intensity since becoming a mother two years ago.

I seem to fit best in the world of natural family living, although I have yet to firmly plant my feet in that identity.

I don’t do Cry It Out, I love babywearing, I prefer the approach of Gentle Discipline, although I am ambivilant about too many words for toddlers. I am skeptical of Western Medicine and passionate about food. I discovered Nourishing Traditions and I am loving experimenting with cultured/fermented foods. Our son still sleeps with us and breastfeeds, a totally unforeseen outcome.

I was brought up in an anthroposophical home and educated in a Waldorf school. I am searching for my truth in all of what is Waldorf. I don’t know if my son (DS) will attend a school or be homeschooled. If he attends a school, I don’t know if it will be a Waldorf school. At the moment Enki is looking like a very good fit.

I am a Jew by choice, affiliated with the Reform Movement in Israel. And deeply confused about my spiritual identity. On my mothers death I felt the need to mourn as a Jew and I long to practice Judaism in my day to day life. My Israeli family reject religion outright.

This blog is my ramblings through the issues in my life as a woman and a mother in Eretz Yisrael.

2 responses to “A little bit about me

  1. Shnooksa

    Hello and lots of love

  2. Nice blog. I’m sure it is restorative to you. Keep up your spiritual search!

    In the book of your ancestors there is a promise…”You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart.” Jeremiah 29:13

    The Creator is findable, but not out where He is easily trodden over. There is a greater reality and He has obviously put a hunger in your heart. The love for your children comes from Him, so you are in tune in one dimension already.

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