Posted on Jun 30, 2017 | 1 comment

What’s the deal with the in-between days concerning Shavuot and Yom Teruah ~ Pentecost to Rosh HaShannah for those of you still skirting the Hebrew.

So what, you say? What’s the big deal of the days in-between? Well, from my own personal experience (and listening to so many others!) those days ‘in-between’ can sometimes be life-changing or chaos forming ~ depending on how you REACT. Yep…it comes down to how YOU react to situations, to circumstances……to people! So, basically, it’s all about you!

These days in-between Shavuot (the giving of the Instructions for Life) and Yom Teruah (the day of blowing the shofar to announce the coming of the Messiah) can literally change your perspective, your attitude and most importantly your life! If you use these days to evaluate who you are and how you react to various stimulants (both negative and positive) in your daily life, well, it will reveal a whole lot about YOU!

That’s right – it’s all about you. What do I mean by that and how do you recognize that it’s all about you, when you think it’s all about them? That might be the most important part of the whole in-between experience – recognizing that it actually is all about you! Not as easy as you think since we are self-engineered survivalists and ego-driven machines. Yes…we….are….

We can be our own worst enemy if we don’t recognize that it is our choices that cause the consequences in our lives. Yep, when you look in the mirror every morning recognize that it is up to YOU to make the right choices ~ basically choose LIFE.

Make the right choices each and every moment of your life. And how do you know what the right choices are? Simple…they are written in the book. The Book of Life! How simple is that? You’ve got a guideline, a direction manual, a survival e-book! It’s called the BIBLE!

So, check the mirror and check out the BIBLE and start taking responsibility for who you are and what you do. It truly is, my dear, all about you!

One Comment

  1. 7-3-2017

    Very good advice! Todah

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