He speaks.

Have a very blessed Yom Kippur everyone!

In the words of Rabbi Meir, When He so wishes, “Do I not fill heaven and earth?” While when He wishes, “He speaks to Moses from between the staves of the Ark.” This is true not only of places and things, but of times: God allows His presence to be known in places, times, things, people, and ways, and what do we have in life apart from drawing near to those things that are transparent to know Him through… and becoming more transparent ourselves? So that we will know Him by heart, and in our interactions with His creation, and we will make His light clearer in creation as well. That is what matters at the foundation and in the substance of the choices and experiences we have.



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