Thursday, September 9, 2010

May you be inscribed in the Book of Life ...

I posted this last year on Rosh Hashanah and wanted to share it again this year. It's not original -- it came by a friend via email -- and if I could source it, I would because it's brilliant.

May you enjoy your apples and honey

May you find it easy to give and receive

May you know when to surrender, and do so with grace

May you remember that some people's lives are parched dry ...
and be grateful for the abundance in yours

May you find beauty in unexpected places

May you carry your loads with ease amid sweetness

May you learn and teach well

May you move with as much joy and ease as you can

May your home be filled with fresh air and light

May your tense and angry times be short-lived ...

so that you come back quickly to your comfortable ol' self

May you be startled and delighted by new beginnings

May you find your uniqueness

May you play with friends...

and hear beautiful music

May you come to the surface for air when you need it

And may everything that hurts you also be a little funny

Have a wonderful 5771!!

L'shana tova ...
To a good year for us all.


Pamela said...

cool. I'd seen the photos b4, but not the commentary. Liked ie.

songbird's crazy world said...

Happy New Year, my friend.

Kelley @ magnetoboldtoo said...


And love that NOW signifies new beginnings. I need me some new beginnings.

Love you, sweetness.

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