Shabbat shalom to all of our friends, neighbors and family. Wishing you peace and rest!
This week, the Torah teaches us of the sabbatical year, something that is not only for humans, but also for the land. This year in Israel, this commandment comes alive yet again in this year of Shmita, allowing the fields of the holy land a year of rest. Shabbat shalom!
This week, the Torah reminds us of all of the festivals which we are to celebrate and remember during the year. The commandment for the counting of the Omer, this special time we are in now, is also present in this week’s portion. Why only after about a month of counting and not at the beginning? Maybe we need to
Happy new month of Iyar! Wishing you all a Shabbat shalom.
Now we are free! May all of us feel freedom and love this Shabbat now that we have all left Egypt together again. Shabbat shalom!
May we all feel true freedom, explore expansion of our boundaries and enjoy this festival together. Chag sameach!
May we all have a restful and kind Shabbat. Wishing all of you health and joy.
This week, during Purim, we have the opportunity to extend ourselves into the unknown of ourselves. We give ourselves an outlet to discover new things and find the freedom within ourselves before our national freedom comes with Passover. Shabbat shalom and Chag Sameach!
This new book gives us an opportunity to see things anew. May we all give space to discover new within the old this week. Shabbat shalom!