Hodu l’Adonai ki tov, ki l’olam chasdo!
Give thanks to Adonai, for God is good; God’s lovingkindness endures for ever!
During the week of Sukkot we say this line multiple times a day.
Sukkot is a moment of joy. A time to celebrate even the little things we have and express gratitude for it.
When we express gratitude, we can feel the joy of the accomplishments we had, the people we love in our lives, and give meaning to our time together.
I would like to invite you to practice some gratitude this month. Think about someone that you think deserves to hear that they have made a difference in your life, whether big or small, and share it with them.
The same way we give thanks to God for the divine creations, we are made in the divine image with a similar power to create through our actions and words.
Let’s create together a community that knows how to acknowledge each other and take this beautiful action seriously.
Thank you for being such a welcoming community to me. Each one of you who have made a little piece of your life open for me, I appreciate that, and it is an honor and a privilege to share these pieces with you.
After more than a year working to be present and available to our community, I’ll be taking some time off during the month of October to rest and recharge the batteries for an amazing year ahead of us.
If you need to reach me for urgent matters, please reach out to the office and they will be able to help you and they will get in touch with me as soon as possible.