Rosh Hashanah has always been a time of deep reflection for me. I often struggle with some of the tough issues of the year until they surprise me as they become food for nourishment. This year for Rosh Hashanah I am exploring (or facing) the YOU (ata, at) we find in our Jewish prayers. (“Blessed are You…..”)
The truth? I have no clue what or who the You is, but I do feel bringing the concept of relationship and intimacy into our inner spiritual life to be transformative, expansive, and dare I say even delicious?
If you are interested in hearing some of my contemplations and heart on this and other juicy thoughts, please consider joining me and Jen Myzel (Musician/Educator) for Kehilla’s second day morning, reflective, Rosh Hashanah services in person or online. Oh, and Jen has some beautiful new music she will be sharing with everyone that touch the heart, so perfect for the New Year.
Fellow travelers, if you have little or a lot of experience with Jewish tradition, you are welcome to sink into a reflective and meaningful space. And as usual, shofar blowing will happen! I can’t wait.
I wish you an early Shana Tova! Much love to you and yours…
For more information, COVID protocals, and to get tickets, go to Kehilla’s website. http://kehillasynagogue.org/
You are very you. Continue.