Last year, I ran two writing workshops at my synagogue, to help empower people to write their own blessings, and to validate more of their real …A Writing Workshop for Tashlich
The night is up in the sky and the stars are twinkling in full sight. The trees are dozing and the birds are feeling cozy. The street lights are going out and the watchman is patrolling around. Grandma is singing a lullaby to Grace as she compels her old guardian not to draw away her gaze💕. Workers are dining with their families, tired after a long day.
Night is up oh night is up. Get those curtains up and close your eyes before the sun rises up 🙂❤️
Good night folks
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With the suicide rates spiking up during this pandemic, I feel a gush of melancholic hormones within me. Life, a beautiful and an unexplored territory, is hard to acquire. I wish people were more sensitive towards others and assist the ones in need.
Today, we are so busy with our own lives that we have turned into parsimonious beings. ‘Love’ has been confined to ‘couples’ and ‘family’. I’m not condemning this fact but simply wish to put forth the idea that ‘Love’ is a selfless emotion and that we need to hunt for it’s ‘genuine’ meaning.
Love is a selfless emotion that could make anyone cherish his/her life.
Join me in this series as I take one step at a time towards the methodology of cherishing life and making others cherish theirs.