Tisha b'Av is only good if you remember it a little bit longer. If the day after Tisha B’av is the same as the day before Tisha b’Av, what good is the whole thing?”
Category: <span>Thoughts to Share</span>
The Lost Lightby Shulamit Dembs What exactly are we mourning over during these 3 weeks? Think about this. In the times of the first Beit Hamikdash, people had a constant awareness of the Divine Presence. They were filled with enlightenment. When a Jew did a mitzva then, for example tefillin, he would see the spiritual...
Moving and Shifting
Every one of us is holding onto what we believe is Your light. But it seems as if there aren’t any cracks through which the light can clearly seep down.
How do you know you really love someone?
When you stop caring what they think of you. The love is stronger than the fear of what they may think.
If it remains about love, anything is possible.
"You are going to have to sink into yourself, sink into your body and clear the trauma, and reconnect to yourself much more than you ever knew.”
"How do we mourn for our Holy Temple when it’s an experience that none of us have had in our consciousness in our lifetime?"
"When I look at this from a clear place, it seems to me that trauma is “Klipa” and the more we clear the trauma, the more we make the world ready for Mashiach."