Monday, March 08, 2010

Brooklyn Sightings

Standing at the brink of spring.
Waiting for your turn.
Patience. Patience.

Friday, February 26, 2010

Brooklyn Sightings

it says on the door "Surely the Lord is in this place"

Saturday, February 06, 2010

Reaching out

Hashem, My God, Illuminate My Darkness

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

You already know what to do

From l.a.

Holding on and afraid
to Let go
and admit
the Selfish acts that lay between
Unspoken words
Full of meaning
yet always Misunderstood

Monday, December 28, 2009

The Journey

From australia

People are traveling together on a path. Because of the darkness, one veers off the way and becomes lost to the extent that in a short time he realizes that he is in the middle of a forest and he can see neither a path, a house, a person, or the like.

How did this happen? A person does not immediately jump from the middle of a broad path to the depths of a thick forest. Instead, first he veers an inch off the path, and then, another inch, and as time passes, he finds himself in the depths of a thick forest.

- An excerpt from I Will Write It In Their Hearts, Selections From Igros Kodesh, Volume II

Saturday, December 26, 2009


From australia

In life, you don't get all the answers at once. First you must absorb and live with one simple truth. Then later you must find another truth - one that may seem to conflict with and negate all you previously learned. Then, from that confusion, emerges a higher truth - the inner light behind all that you learned before.

- Taken from Bringing Heaven Down To Earth, wisdom and teachings from Rabbi M. Schneerson, compiled by Tzvi Freeman

Sunday, November 01, 2009