Posts tagged ‘pray’

Falling in Love with Prayer

What is prayer? Perhaps an invitation to holiness and healing, bending the light from heaven toward tikkun olam. Have you ever fallen in love with a…

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Dance in the Sky

This meditation began as a flight of fancy, exploring the image of dancing with our prayers and blessings in the vast open space of sky. As…

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Tzav 5775: Fire and Ash

Early in this week’s Torah portion we learn about tending the fire on the sacrificial altar, both the manner in which wood will be kindled and…

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Vayeshev 5775: For Humility

This week’s Torah reading shows the maturing of Joseph: from a boy who tattles on his brothers, flaunting his dreams and his special coat, to a…

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Fire and Water

Love and despair can be like fire. Truth can be like water, keeping the fires that fuel our emotions – the passions that make us human…

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Elijah, Revised

There’s a special kind of a hope, a kind of hope that opens the heart to our deepest yearning for a world of wholeness and love…

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Umbrella of Blessings

Here’s a prayer in praise of G-d’s blessings. Why? By remembering the blessings around me – the blessings around my friends and family – my sight…

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For the Gift of Music, In Memory of Lou Reed

My prayer “For the Gift of Music,” reposted today in memory of Lou Reed. Here’s a favorite: “A Walk on the Wild Side.” This prayer from my series on…

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Receiving Blessings

This prayer is about opening my heart to receive blessings. Why? For me, it is easier to bless than to accept the blessings of others. Even…

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Elijah

There’s a special kind of a hope, a kind of hope that opens the heart to our deepest yearning for a world of wholeness and love…

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