Several readers have asked how I went from hating being Jewish to falling in love with it. This section contains stories about coming to trust and love Hashem.
While once I fully rejected any idea of G-d, I now see Hashem as my very best closest everything AND powerful beyond my wildest comprehension. Anyone can build this relationship; all that’s needed is DESIRE.
*Hashem is the word for G-d that many Jews use. It actually means NO NAME. The idea is that G-d is so beyond our rational minds, there is no adequate word.
NOT BELIEVING IN G-D TO BELIEVING IN HASHEM (G-d)
Well folks, that’s it for now on the G-d writings. There’s always more to explore of course.
One last thought. For anyone who feels down, or who’s ever felt down, I’ve heard it said to imagine Hashem there cuddling, holding and cradling us in whatever sadness we’re feeling. When I have felt down, this idea has brought great comfort.
And when I’m happy, I try to remember to thank Hashem for giving whatever joy I’m experiencing. I can imagine Hashem beaming and proverbially kicking up his or her heels!
Laila tov sweet friends.
Next recap: Coming home to Judaism!
Love, Vivi 💞 ©
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