The holiday of Shavuot is not often associated with freedom, but it represents the highest level of freedom: freedom in the heart.
We’re not getting freedom from confinement for at least another month. So it’s a perfect time to explore how we can find freedom within the confinement.
The biblical miracle of the splitting of the Red Sea tells us a lot about human nature at every threshold: the fear of the unknown vs the pain of the known.
Our current state of confinement is the perfect environment in which to embark on the journey to freedom.
As the days in home confinement start blending together, we risk becoming energetically uprooted. Passover offers us 3 rituals that can help keep us grounded and sane in this time of isolation.
In this time where so much news is focused on lack of resources and loss of lives, a classic Passover song reminds us to look for what’s enough.
Thanks to the coronavirus, we are able to embody the freedom that we’ve been praying for.