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Day 19 – Hod in Tiferet

While we may strive for overcoming any and all obstacles that stand in the way of manifesting our new self we also acknowledge our limitations. The ideals of the blueprint remain—accepting that we may not follow all its nuances or even its main design. It may not even be about us in the end—the blueprint for ourselves may be about others—it is not to build my own home but rather to construct the home for someone else—to pave the road for them. My sense of Tikkun may be simply a mirror for someone else.

Meditation: Take a closer look at the blueprint and imagine what is on its other side. Blueprint paper is usually paper-thin—almost transparent—affording us a better look at all sides of the blueprint.

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