Each year I enter Rosh HaShana totally unprepared.
I want to share this Bracha (blessing) with each of you.
Blessings to you, Rabbi Harry!
May this new year be the one for which are most unprepared — and may our re-born souls rise to the occasion.
Oh My, Dear Rabbi!
This went totally over my head the first time I read it… I follow your blog, so I got an email with the post and I thought for sure you had published before finishing the blessing because of the way I read it… Then when I did not receive an update for the post I looked at it again… this post is fantastic on every level. To be open to what really is happening, no preconceived notion of what NOW AND NOW AND NOW will bring, being unprepared… what a blessing!
and your honesty and gentle ways are always a mind and heart opener. Blessings to you too.
It seems that we all try to pre-program our experiences rather than let God program them for us.
Of course, it’s a delicate balance between laziness and spontaneousness, between experience and inflexibility.
Ketiva v’Chatima Tova!
The anti-Israel bias of the New York Times is
exposed by this book, available FREE as a PDF file:
Of course, supporting Israel and uncovering lies is important, but not really the subject of my article. Please try to remain on-subject.
Ketiva v’Chatima Tova
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