I just came across an article suggesting that the Jewish practice of Shmita could save sustainable architecture.
For those not up on obscure biblical laws, it is the requirement for a field to lie fallow once every 7 years.
When all is said and done, allowing fields to lie fallow, and thus allowing the soil to rest is a good idea.
My problem is not that it’s a just a Jewish idea.
It has been practiced almost universally around the world since the introduction of agriculture by almost every farming society until the advent of modern fertilizer technology.
The idea that this is some sort of uniquely Jewish (and by implication “white”) secret is bullsh%$.