• Rabba D'Vorah Meijer


Do you know what mission you have, in life?

And do you love yourself? Not the way you think you should be, or by trying to look like someone else, or like others say you should be, no, really loving yourself as you are.

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Picture source: Rabbi Maurice Harris

But we are truly blessed and rich when we know Him who made us, and honor and love Him beyond everything else, and know it is He, Who calls us to a higher purpose.

We start acting from the point of resting, in Him. Then we can do what we are called to do in this life, and the peace surpass understanding has reached the point of perfection. - Mamme D'Vorah

In the Jewish tradition, kindness is expressed with the Hebrew word chesed (beginning with a “ch” sound, as in the word Chai.

Chai (חי) is the Hebrew word for life.)

The word chesed means so much more than simply an act of “loving-kindness.”

Chesed means giving oneself fully, with love and compassion.

And if we allow G-d* to have the steering wheel of our life in HIS hands, and we rest in Him, the kindness we share is enriched with HIS grace, and unconditional love!

*Yeshua *Abba

Kindness is one of those great attributes our Creator has; and they total the number 13: Here is some additional traits of our Creator:

יְהוָה YHVH: compassion before a person sins;

יְהוָה YHVH: compassion after a person has sinned;

אֵל El: mighty in compassion to give all creatures according to their need;

רַחוּם Raḥum: merciful, that humankind may not be distressed;

וְחַנּוּן VeḤanun: and gracious if humankind is already in distress;

אֶרֶךְ אַפַּיִם Erekh appayim: slow to anger;

וְרַב-חֶסֶד VeRav ḥesed: and plenteous in kindness;

וֶאֱמֶת VeEmet: and truth;

נֹצֵר חֶסֶד לָאֲלָפִים Notzer ḥesed laalafim: keeping kindness unto thousands;

נֹשֵׂא עָוֹן Noseh avon: forgiving iniquity;

וָפֶשַׁע VaFeshah: and transgression;

וְחַטָּאָה VeḤata'ah: and sin;

וְנַקֵּה VeNakeh: and pardoning.

With a big thank you to my dearest Achoti : Debbie Hershkovits