Barukh Ha-Makom, Barukh Hu: A Meditation Before Wearing a Kippah

Between indifference and the weight of the whole world

place a kippah.

Between lack of faith and unyielding zeal

place a kippah.  

Between self-focused intention and rote-ridden ritual

place a kippah.

Between opposites and yet complimentary extremes

place a kippah.

Barukh Ha-Makom, Barukh Hu

When space expands, so too does G-d.

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