Just a little something … to lift you up

Posted by on Feb 15, 2019 | 0 comments

Just a little something … to lift you up

This week was an especially hard one for me. It began with a week of feeling as if I were almost drowning in tears of grief and loosing the ability to breathe deeply (they tell me it’s asthma but I don’t agree). But, yesterday that last straw broke the camel’s back and I awoke to gasping, unable to breathe; I sank to my knees while grabbing the nebulizer and was ready to truly ‘be free’ imploring Abba to bring me home to join my husband and son. I know, I know, that sounds horrid doesn’t it – a weak willed woman ready to give up, looking for escape....

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Erev Shabbat Ponderings

Posted by on Feb 1, 2019 | 5 comments

Erev Shabbat Ponderings

Erev Shabbat ~ eve of Shabbat ~ and as I anticipate the quiet solitude that Shabbat brings, I wonder lazily what the Father has in store for my journey. There are many things that have transpired in the last few years, none of them were even a blip on my radar! But here we are and it is what it is. This afternoon has been a contemplative one and as the realm of possibilities swarm above me like a giant cartoon balloon, I ponder on each idea, opportunity, direction. Which one Father which one? Trust in the Lord with all your heartAnd do not lean on your own understanding.6 In all your...

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A week of choices…

Posted by on Jan 24, 2019 | 0 comments

A week of choices…

Then all the people witnessed the thunderings, the lightning flashes,  the sound of the trumpet, and the mountain smoking; and when the people saw it, they trembled and stood afar off. Then they said to Moshe, “You speak with us, and we will hear; but let not God speak with us, lest we die.” [Exodus 20:19-20] Yes, this is a week of choices – according to the selected Torah reading (Parsha) for this week. In Exodus the Holy One Himself is ready to address all the people…all the people. But, unfortunately, the entire congregation of Moshe (Moses) freaks out, closes their eyes and...

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A week of revelation…

Posted by on Jan 23, 2019 | 3 comments

A week of revelation…

This week began just like any other week. A week determined to ‘get through’ the week. To make it to Friday. But something happened. Revelation is beginning (again) to take hold, to awaken within my battered soul. It began with reading a commentary on his week’s Parsha (weekly Torah reading), ‘Yitro’ (Jethro) ~ Exodus 18:1-20:23. The Intro for this parsha was written by a humble servant of the Holy One, who’ve I’ve listened to for over 10 years, Bill Bullock. His daily commentaries are written under the pen name of “Rabbi’s Son”. As...

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Patience is a virtue…what?

Posted by on Jan 14, 2019 | 0 comments

Well, that is what the good book says doesn’t it? Uhhhh….no it does not. Surprised? So was I! The bible does talk in numerous places about patience, but doesn’t actually say ‘patience is a virtue’. So where does that handy little phrase come from? Well, the first time it is recorded was in the year 1370…yep, 1370 … and it says: “Patience is a Virtue” Origin : William Langland, The Vision of Piers Plowman c 1370 According to bibleornot.org website, the following is quite revealing: The origin of the quote patience is a virtue comes from a classic work...

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Purpose …. where did you go?

Posted by on Oct 18, 2018 | 1 comment

Purpose …. where did you go?

Seems like that’s the clarion call in the wind…or maybe it’s just the wind in my own backyard. No, it truly is in the wind.  From California to New York those seven little letters are running rampant through the streets and sneaking into unlatched back doors. Doesn’t matter if you’re ten or ten times ten … it can wreak havoc on the most unsuspecting soul! During the day one can usually quite the siren call, calm the frenzied senses, and convince one’s humble self that ‘I’m ok’… after all, you have chores to do, kids to feed,...

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