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Thurs, April 2 – Wed, April 8, 2020

Thursday, April 2, 2020 – 8 Nisan 5780

Tzav: Leviticus 6:1 – 8:36

Moses uses the blood from the bull of sin offering to purify and sanctify the altar.

The blood offering of your soul is in the words you speak and the feelings you communicate.  May they be words that elevate another, illuminate your world, and radiate your image of God within.  (Strength, p. 161)

Friday, April 3, 2020 – 9 Nisan 5780

Tzav: Leviticus 6:1 – 8:36

“Moses took some of the blood and put it on the ridge of Aaron’s right ear, and on the thumb of his right hand, and on the big toe of his right foot.”

When you pay attention to details as though they are endowed with enormous spiritual powers, your life becomes infinitely more interesting, magical and new.  (Glory, p. 256)

Saturday, April 4, 2020 – 10 Nisan 5780 – Shabbat HaGadol

Shabbat HaGadol, “The Great Sabbath,” occurs on the Shabbat before Pesach, commemorating the preparation for the original Passover in Egypt.

You were born of God and you are as important to God as if you were God’s only child.  You are unique and integral to God’s plan.  Your being here is vital to the progress of this world.  (Creativity, p. 265)

Tzav: Leviticus 6:1 – 8:36

Sunday, April 5, 2020 – 11 Nisan 5780

Parsha Pesach

All the variations of experiences are here for you to become more intimate with yourself, your God, and life on earth.  (Compassion, p. 141)

Monday, April 6, 2020 – 12 Nisan 5780

Parsha Pesach

In the mystical Jewish tradition, we understand and experience sexuality as a divine act.  (Creativity, p. 274)

Tuesday, April 7, 2020 – 13 Nisan 5780

Parsha Pesach

There is no need to avoid suffering.  Acknowledge the moment and the feeling.  Witness, accept it, and go on with the rest of your life.  (Compassion, p. 124)

Wednesday, April 8, 2020 – 14 Nisan 5780

Parsha Pesach

There are no rights or wrongs, no static relationships for successful relationships, only the dynamic flow of serving God through serving one another.  If there is any doubt whether something feels wholesome in a relationship, ask yourself: “Does this bring my soul closer to God in myself and another, or further from God?”  The story of your soul is the story of your relationship to God, to all parts of your inner self, to those you love, and to those whom you are yet to meet.  (Creativity, p. 278)

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