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A teaching about how G-d/Shekhinah is present in the Purim story through Her human partners, Queens Vashti and Esther.
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“There is a line / drawn by darkness, emboldened by Evil, itself…”
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“Which letter is my own in all of Torah?”
a person walks in a field of light
“May love flow from our broken hearts, and may their yearning return us to our humanity.”
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“May we never forget that we are all connected, historically, relationally, energetically, and that harm to one is harm to all.”
the sun is setting in an orange sky with purple sky on top of the orange. Wildflowers appear in the forefront of the sunset.
“the door will open, / the Shekhinah and her entourage of angels / will enter our temple in time.”
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“In Hebrew, shakan, dwelling place, often referred to a royal residence. / The rabbis gave it a feminine ending: Shekhinah. Divine mother.”
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A mikveh ritual to mark the end of a challenging time.
hand underwater in pool
“Exalt the Divine within you and around you.”
drag queen in pink headdress wearing a black and pink ruffled dress

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