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Affirmations for courage
When I Forget I Am Strong
It is a minhag (custom) of expressing gratitude to put out breadcrumbs for the birds on Erev Shabbat of Parshat BeShalakh.
Feeding the Birds: Shabbat Shirah

“Your birthright renews every breath”

Tomorrow

“I sweep away flaked remnants of hope”

 
Salakh

“May we honor the earth that has received the remnants of that which has been destroyed”

Four Worlds Ritual for Tisha B’Av: Remembering, Mourning, and Renewal

“And the sounds of our voices, together, are luscious.”

On Re-entering Sacred Space After Quarantine

“Allow us to rise in the morning with the fragrance of a new dawn”

Hashkiveinu for Hope

“The past and the present are one here”

Shabbat in Berlin

“Because there’s so much suffering everywhere/Courage must be what you are asking us”

Radical Hope
“Maybe this year / You’ve been burning the candle at both ends…”
Finding Light for Shabbat

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