We have just finished our World Kabbalah Convention with Kabbalah students attending from all around the world. Everything we did—the study, the meals, the social discussions and the songs—was aimed at a heart-to-heart connection to reach a whole prayer.
It was truly the first convention of its kind in its profound internality. It was something indeed very special, and it now serves as an example for the future.
Around the world, students connected virtually from dozens of countries, and in some cases, students traveled long distances to gather physically in mirror conventions in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Florida, Toronto, Guadalajara, Sao Paulo, Santiago, Togo, Barcelona, Dordrecht, Vilnius, Minsk, Tbilisi, Kyiv, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Yekaterinburg, Krasnoyarsk, Novosibirsk, Crimea, Vladivostok, Baku, Budišov, Astana and Almaty.
In Israel, over 1,600 students gathered in our center from all over the country, including many evacuees from the north and the south, as well as many with sons and daughters serving in the army. Along with the difficult states we are experiencing in Israel and around the world, the heartfelt connection we established at this convention was sure to bring great contentment and joy to the Creator. I hope that we continue turning to the Creator, and that we will continue supporting and encouraging each other to positively connect and continue bringing the Creator contentment.