Rosh Hashana this year will be . . . different. Without shule or family gathering we have to adapt and find new ways to connect to this moment.
This idea of this meditation practice is simple. Many people find it easier to connect to something higher when they are surrounded by the glory of tall trees, the beauty of colourful flowers, the fresh scent of grass, and the melodious notes of singing birds.
So print out the following meditation, put on your mask, map out a route to your neighbourhood park, and prepare to take a relaxing, meandering walk while immersing yourself in deep, meditative reflections on the past year and your hopes for 5782.
Adapted from Ma’yan: The Jewish Women’s Project via MyJewishLearning.
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