The Jordan Valley folk deserve their own 20-part series; each person that we’ve visited, unique but bound by the same desire to make a difference. We may circle back in the future, but Western Binyamin and the Shomron await….so we end this series with Na’ama Atidya at the Einot Kedem sheep ranch she founded with her husband Omer – animals and agriculture, maintained with the help of many youngsters drawn by the love of land and sense of destiny. She’s a self described Hebrew woman, connected to our roots and deeply devoted to healing women and providing a place to recharge and share. Maybe this is a type of Biblical feminism? Just outside Jericho, well, it wouldn’t be the first time.