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A beautiful kavannah (intention) for lighting Shabbat candles.
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“And the darkness of evening becomes the light of Shabbat…”
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“The nearby porch clutter did not diminish their / prayers, inspiring my own return to Shabbat.”
Shabbat candles and wine set on a white tablecloth
A poem on the inconsistency of time passing.
roses in hazy summer sunlight
“Shabbat holds / Herself open. / All we need do / Is breathe, / And receive Her.”
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New ritual and meditations after Shabbat candle lighting
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The grace of a dedicated separation between the mundane and the sacred
The Sabbath Has Arrived

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