Monday, August 24, 2020

Elul 4, 2020 I Am My Beloved's

4th Day of Elul and the emphasis is centered on being loved by the beloved. Song of Solomon 6:3 “I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine, He who pastures his flock among the lilies.
Daily Thought by
"No matter how distant the soul may travel, in the end, she can never tear herself away.
For the soul and her Beloved are one."
Late summer month
Leading into the holiest of days.
Time of reflection
Time of return
Time of repentance.
An invitation to open your heart
And feel into your own depths
Searching for sweetness
Searching for tenderness.
Searching for reunion
With your Glorious Creator
Who loves your very being.
Open and be." by Rabbi Patti Haskell

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