We are in the turning from one year to the next on the Jewish calendar. Today is Rosh Hashanah, (the Jewish New Year) which literally means Head of the Year or beginning of the change. May this change be for the highest good of us all. Shana Tova.
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Then scroll down for a blessing for this turning.
May 30, 2013
Holy Shechina, who rests here and in the wide, wild wilderness - the place of speaking and I pray of hearing:
May I merit to receive the blessings of this year in my kishkes and marrow, in my blood and in my breath.
May all that I have learned and all that has pushed, stretched and challenged me be for a blessing.
May these blessings nourish and flow through me, bringing strength, healing, energy, and openness.
And most of all, may I be blessed to let your light in.
Help me to open up.
Help me to see and recognize and claim the gifts you have bestowed so I can see myself as You and those who believe in me do; as powerful, giving, and successful.
May I be blessed to know and digest your gifts:
Parnassa*, health, happiness.
And may they be shared generously with my family, friends and community everywhere.
Home and wholeness - שלום Shalom, joy and laughter - שמחה Simha, lovingkindness and healing - חסד Hesed, holding and grace - רחמים Rahamim
*Parnassa means livelihood