Qoutidianly – Months?


The passage of time reminds us that each time we have fewer chances to get closer to Him, which is why, Adar אֲדָר, calls us to stop further clouding our vision with and non-existent future.

The Beit Din בית דין‎ or Jewish court, centuries ago, lit fire in the mountains to inform them about the arrival of the new moon, as a sign that the sky also tells us about that end.

Today’s quotes yells at us that “some thoughts do not reproduce fears of death, but of life”.

The Pesaj, as a celebration, jodesh aviv, ראש חודש, calls us to liberate ourselves from everything that attaches us and enslaves us to these earthly hallucinations.

Remember, it is prayer what moves the same muscles of the Creator’s hand, so that He answers our prayers. 

It is the Purim פורים, as other holidyas, more than a celebration of our good luck, but an opportunity to thank Him for everything He undeservedly gives us.

Let’s pay attention to that countdown that with death will determine whether we take advantage of this life or we will continue to distance ourselves יָלַך yalak, from Him.

Romans 5:6 “For while we were still weak, at the right time Christ died for the ungodly.”

Remember to love and appreciate every day our life!

Qoutidianly – Months?
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