What would it look like if we truly honored the lives lost on 9/11? Here are 3 ways to do that.
We are often afraid of creating space for silence out of fear of what might emerge. On Rosh Hashana, the shofar creates that silence for us through its piercing sound. But it’s still up to us to listen to the voice within.
On Rosh Hashana, the shofar rouses us from the depths of our being to commit to a new path, to reorient our maps, to change our behaviors. It is the ultimate call to action.
Tonight is the start of Rosh Hashanah and the Ten Days of Return. It’s the beginning of the path of returning to ourselves and our true home.
To avoid the pain of regret and disappointment, we often try to turn every failure and mistake into an “opportunity” or a “lesson.” But when we bypass the pain, we deny ourselves the true growth opportunity.
What we see shapes our beliefs, which influence our emotions, thoughts and actions. The problem is that what we see isn’t always real. It’s an illusion.