Gratitudes For Manna

The ancient book of Leviticus lays out rules and rituals for a tribal people in search of a home and building a sense of shared identity beyond their shared experiences of oppression. It can seem like it has no bearing on our modern lives. But what lessons might it, and other sacred texts, offer us as we move through our own liminal wildernesses? How might a foundation of gratitude for abundance transform how we consider our obligations toward each other, towards the planet, and towards the divine?