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Vayakhel, 19 Adar I 5779
February 24, 2019

It is often difficult to be present in the moment when our minds are constantly racing towards the future or dwelling on the past. Sometimes it is hard to let go of certain things that happen to us. We don't see the light in the situation because we are paralyzed either by anger, sadness or some other negative emotion. Our task, as we journey higher, is to seek the Creator's Light in every situation, good or bad. I would like to offer you a meditation that may help you to live in the here and the now and may help you to infuse the Light into every moment, especially the ones that make you want to run.

This is an ancient meditation and the goal is to experience the Sh'chinah, the Creator's Presence, in every moment and every situation. When we chant this, it is most powerful. When we transform the words through daily practice into experience of the Divine Presence, our lives can be dramatically affected.

Shiviti Adonai l'negdi tamid.
I have set Hashem before me always.

You can chant this as many times as you wish. May this exercise help us to experience the Sh'chinah in every moment and to remember an important truth: we are never alone.

Shavua tov,

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Parashat Vayakhel
Torah Portion:
Shemot (Exodus) 35:1-38:20

Haftarah For Shabbat Shekalim:
Melachim Bet (II Kings) 12:1-17

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