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Day 47 – Hod in Malchut

Change though is challenging.  Even though doubt has been removed, we can tire, our determination can flag. And so we reflect—we pause at the foot of the mountain to gather strength so that we can push on.  Taking a breather means to breathe in the change, to surrender to a higher calling and ready ourselves for the full actualization of our freedom.

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