Jewish Journal

Remembering In The Moment

by Emily Stern

July 9, 2014 | 11:17 am

Love in the hard to reach places. If not now, then when? Remembering In the moment

The reason we don’t know much about Moshiach’s identity is for the same reason that Moses is hardly spoken about in the Hagaddah.

It says in the Torah says Moses was from the tribe of Levi. He's human. It’s all we need to know.

Make Moshiach’s work make sense, so he is one more person with a purpose like all of us.

We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. Waiting and waiting. I heard a story about a little boy who kept asking , “Are we there yet? I’m tired of waiting.” His caretaker said, “Well, if you’re waiting, you can keep waiting, and you may be waiting forever.”

Love in the hard to reach places, the hard to sweep places, the sweetest places. They are also sometimes the hard to teach places, The hard to know places, You are a balm to the parts that were always saying, "Here I am now."

In Egypt, the God Of Miracles heard our cries, when we were petrified, terrified, and God remembered us. We finally touched that place of truth where we open the ears of the God of Miracles by touching the center of the truth, the stillness, the anger at pain.

Lets wait in the waters of love. The gushy places, the mushy places, relaxed, the pineal gland,

because this kingdom has already heard the hard to teach places from everybody here.

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Emily Stern is a devotional poet and songwriter. Her album “Birth Day” can be downloaded on iTunes or from CD baby.  As an actor and playwright, her plays have been performed...

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