Day 49 – Malchut in Malchut

We do not only want to be “free at last” but to have a lasting freedom.  We now stand in our change—this is revelation, accepting the Divine calling. Engraving it upon the heart and being whole. Dayenu. It is enough. The count continues. Moses ascends the mountain and the people remain below. Can we continue to ascend or will we be caught in projections—a lack of confidence in the self (where is our leader Moses?).  Keep counting. It is your count. Make it count.


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