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Day 34: Yesod b’Hod

Yesod of Hod

by Judith E. Felsen

Would that this evening I bring the glory of sunset,

passionate, fleeting, reflective and meaningful

to my encounters and relations.

Would that tonight I allow my connections

to be as effects of a twinkling star,

intimate, anonymous, inspiring, and elevating.

Would that today I greet all experiences with

anticipation of dawn’s sunrise, bringing possibility

and potential to the world.

Would that today I engage with noontime’s strength

offering power and will divinely directed

to serve and heal this world.

Would that today I bask in afternoon’s ease,

awaiting twilight’s new day,

connected, inspired, empowered, impassioned,

grateful to be a conductor, a channel,

a spark of light of and for You.

Reflections

Am I willing today to combine the possibility of experience and potential as a channel for divine will?

Am I willing to view the structure of today’s passing hours as a vehicle for bringing light to this world?

May I today offer myself as a conduit bringing divine presence to all my encounters.

May I today honor relationships as containers of divine light to which I contribute and for which I am grateful.

Action

Am I willing to incorporate time, space, and all that I am and bring, to enhance all of my connections?

Am I willing to bring light today to all that is created and that I create?

Today I will contribute to my relationships, enhancing connection as a reflection of the unity in which we dwell.

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Rabbi Katy Z. Allen is the founder and leader of Ma'yan Tikvah - A Wellspring of Hope, a congregation without walls that meets outdoors all year long. She is the co-convener and President pro-tem of the Boston-area Jewish Climate Action Network, and the founder of the One Earth Collaborative, a program of Open Spirit in Framingham, MA.
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