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I think writing these posts for the last two weeks has been the only time when I have spent time being in the moment before Pesach. I have been too busy to just be during the rest of the day. There is laundry to do, dishes to prepare and Chametz to remove. (I guess I’m as busy as a bee!)
As I sit down and think about each theme for each day, it has become my moment to be. To reflect on the moment and the day.
I have so much to work on. I’m not the person I want to be, yet. Which is good. Because tomorrow night there is more work to be done as we explore freedom and redemption.
Chag Kasher VeSameach. Happy Passover.
This post is part of Twitter’s @imabima’s list of writing prompts for the first two weeks of Nissan leading up to Passover.
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