Rainbows and bubbles please

A special few days.

We entered the new month of Adar 1.

The month of joy and miracles.

Right before there was a very rare Rainbow in Israel.

An all white misty Rainbow!

Just before this occurred, I was listening to someone share that we can visualize being connected via a Rainbow from our hearts to the sky.

And a message appears for each of us on this Rainbow.

The next day, Shabbat, I returned to one of my sweet Synagogues, after being away for 2.5 months.

The Tefilah, the prayer was so symphonic, resonating and soulful.

Afterwards we were standing around eating a celebratory Rainbow cake that was provided by a friend, a member, in honor of his bar mitzvah parasha. How colorful and delicious!

Then I was greeted by the rabbi and members with such warmth and welcome.

This all made me realize that in these very challenging times, having a spiritual embrace, a spiritual connection is our bubble.

The bubble we need to buffer and protect us from the harshness of the World, and especially from the harshness that has been directed in an accelerated manor towards the Jews.

Then the Super Bowl. Okay, hanging with friends was nice, fun and connected and of course the important ads with its important messages.

And then a truly joyous miracle happened ; the rescue of two hostages, bringing a sense of hope.

More Rainbows please. More messages connecting our hearts to the sky.

About the Author
I was an Interior designer for 29 + years and had a parallel path in leadership in the Jewish community. I spent a number of years as a proud lay leader in an amazing outreach organization called Shoresh . I am involved in leadership and development ,mentoring ,and coaching.., non profit development and consulting . I am involved with two organizations in Israel : Afikim family enrichment Center , as they work with youth and families at risk The other being the Taub center , a major think tank for Social and Economic policy in Israel. How pride I am to be engaged with both organizations. Feel free to reach out to me to learn more! I am dedicated to the Jewish community both in North America and in Israel I dedicate much of my creativity to writing and also now am pursuing coaching individuals to clarify and work towards life goals. In the past I have developed and ran experiential programs for the Jewish Federation, where I connected Israelis and locals in our community. At the end of the day, my roots in Israel are very deep. It is the place, the hub the center,The conversation.- our home, the light for all. And I most enjoy inspiring and cultivating that love and connection in others.
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