Imagine filling up volumes of what you did and say, then you could possibly know the distance between you and me. Your whole life is a story, that's written in your book of life, that's how we come to know, that God is here, noticing twice. Being woman, the soul. Being man the flesh (not always this way, but it's the way we view, the singularity). The sun does rise and sun does set, to bring in the heart of woh (horsey, the soul)....man (transmission of light, the flesh). And we are here to worship the hard work, we all withstand, to share the heart of oneness, the relative land. And it's a heart of wisdom. It's a book of life. It's where we look to find treasures. It's where we find a life. And when it's all over, we come to the heart of man. We are the many creatures, that we need to understand.
The dream has a master, and your hands can come forth, to bring in heartbeats, that last and create force. You don't have to wait for your brothers (flesh) to step up first, we can be sisters (souls), and know it's our worth. Walking and talking, to others each and every day. We are a story, that shows and displays, greeting each other, showing kindness in what you do, it's the way of saving, the true and the blue. Feel your heart giving so you can receive too. Bring in the stories, of many a day. Bring in the stories, that give it away. Bring in tomorrow, that sails in the breeze, sing your songs homeward towards eternity.
One way or another. One way is the path. We are always part of heaven. We are always parts that last. We gift to each other, the heart in the breeze, when we remember, that God is in me. Give your kindness, to the day you arise. Give your dreams a heart full of surprise. Give the sound of angels and sing for the world. Your heart is measured by what you gift it's worth. Does your heart sing, to bring in happiness again? Does your step walk towards those who feel the shot (pain in the heart)? Do you give to strangers? Do you help the poor? Do you give to those, who are far afford? Do you give to latent enemies, you forgive? Do you give to tomorrow, hoping children are the gift. Do you feel the kindness that's measured in you? Do you feel that hope of God is filling the inside of you?
"Thanks", Holiness David says to the world. We are all golden treasures, when gratitude is filled. Give your heart some measure, give to receive this day. Because all are golden treasures, when you give your love away.
One step yonder. Two step fore. Three steps glory. We do afford (gifts from God, our dreams). Five steps to a kingdom. Six steps towards righteousness. Seven steps to daylight, the seed that bursts forth. Eight steps to golden paradise above. Nine steps to consciousness, where prayer is dance and love. Ten steps to heaven, brings us closer to the end, to begin forever, the circle song begins. We are part of what we awe, the magic of our lives. We are the birthing place of God's apparent delights. We are the children, who bring us eternity. When we trust each other and gift the kindness breeze (I pass you, you pass me and we gift to each other, please, the exchange of true love, the gift of eternity).
"L'shanah tovah tikateiv veteichateim,"
"May you be inscribed and sealed for a good year."
White Buffalo Calf Woman sings and Holiness David Drums, the song of love, to the throne of G_ah_d's kingdom. Today prayers for you in Song, to bring your hearts along, the wave of the blue, the heart inside of you, the soul, that lingers to come on home, where G_ah_d is known, by their throne! Crown of love, come to stay, because G_ah_d ordained it this way. We come to bring, the heart that's set free, when you trust the soul within, the darkness, the soul that finds the knowledge of goodness, the perfect soul that lingers and holds, to reflect and reverberate all hearts, to feel loved and never apart.
L'Shana Tova Chicago!
Although many of us are at work today, for our Jewish friends sundown yesterday marked the beginning of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year (September 8, 2010). It is regarded as the anniversary of the creation of Adam and Eve, and their first actions toward the realization of mankind's role in God's world.
Judaism has four "new year" observances, each marking a different yearly observance. Rosh Hashanah is the new year for people, animals, and legal contracts. There are many traditions that go with Rosh Hashanah, but the central observance is the sounding of shofar, the ram's horn, which also signifies the people's crowning of God as king of the universe. The sounding of the shofar is also a call to repent, as Rosh Hashanah is also observed as the anniversary of man's first sin and repentance. This marks the first day of the days of repentance, culminating ten days later in Yom Kippur, the day of atonement.
Besides the sounding of shofar, traditional Rosh Hashanah customs include eating a piece of apple dipped in honey to symbolize the desire for a sweet year, and blessing others with the words "L'shanah tovah tikateiv veteichateim," which means "May you be inscribed and sealed for a good year." Later this afternoon, you may see Jewish Chicagoans near Lake Michigan practicing the Tashlich, a special prayer said near a body of water while casting out bread, some other food, or even lint from pockets; this is a symbolic casting off of the sins from the year past. Both the word and the practice are derived from Micah 7:18-20, which says "Thou wilt cast all their sins into the depths of the sea." As with every major Jewish holiday, after candle lighting and prayers, they recite Kiddush* and make a blessing on the Challah*.
One of the most amazing things about living in such a large urban area is the opportunity that we all have to encounter people that have different beliefs and customs than we do. If you aren't Jewish, today is a chance to reflect on the traditions of a faith that is the foundation of both Christianity and Islam. If you're Jewish, it's a great time to reach out and to share some of your traditions with friends that might not be familiar with your faith. Happy New Year, Chicago! Thank you http://www.jewishchicago.com Image via karbon69. By Kevin Robinson in News on September 13, 2007 12:00 PM
*Kiddush also spelled Qiddush (Hebrew: “sanctification”)
Jewish benediction and prayer recited over a cup of wine immediately before the meal on the eve of the sabbath or of a festival; the ceremony acknowledges the sanctity of the day that has just begun. Chanting, or recitation, usually performed by the head of the household, may involve several or all members of the family, depending on the custom; each then sips wine from the cup, which was held in the right hand during the benediction. In the Ashkenazi (German) tradition, two covered loaves of bread (halloth) on the table symbolize the double portion of manna gathered before the sabbath by Israelites during their years of wandering in the wilderness. If no wine is available, bread may be used as a substitute.
Following an ancient custom from the days when wayfarers and the poor lodged in synagogues, some congregations recite the Kiddush at the end of the Friday-evening service in the synagogue—except on the eve of the Passover (Pesaḥ), when the recitation is reserved for the Seder service. The Kiddush that is recited after the morning service of the sabbath and of the festival is preceded by appropriate readings from the Torah or first five books of the Bible. Thank you http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/317334/Kiddush