The prayer תפילה, tefillah, is our best tool to get closer to Him and to get away from that selfish mode of assuming our experiences through sin.
His lessons are, mishná o misná מִשְׁנָה, commands and precepts, our best inputs for integral growth.
Today’s quotes tell us that “life does not give or take away; it only lets us accommodate”.
Shekhinah, shachan שכן, reside, as a concept, tells us about dwelling in the world through the immanence and radiance of the Creator.
Remember, happiness is there, in us, waiting for us to discover it and share it.
Like a maid, virgin, almah עַלְמָה, we are called to know ourselves as wife and church that lovingly awaits its savior.
This is why Mary, מִרְיָם, chosen, as an expression that also refers to the name Miryam, exalted, invites us to leave the slavery of sin and turn on our light of love through our virtues.
Acts 7:60 “And falling to his knees he cried out with a loud voice, “Lord, do not hold this sin against them.” And when he had said this, he fell asleep.”
Remember to love and appreciate every day our life!