Are you Open or Closed?

If you had to pick one word with which to describe yourself, which would you pick?

Think a few moments about your choice and your reasoning. I am hoping that you chose open.

How might you be open? Are you open to new ideas? To regarding others with honor? To listening to other’s opinions? Or are you closed…

It is noteworthy that openness is a quality that lets in the part of ourselves that is divine.

Before we approach God, we say… 

P’tach Libi B’Toratecha……………

Open My Heart to Your Teachings, Your Torah……..

Opening our heart is key to being able to absorb the messages contained in the Torah.

Explore the messages the Torah has for you–with me, beginning next week, Tuesdays at 10:00 am – 11:30 am. “Making Torah Personal” offers you an opportunity to be open to receive the incredible wisdom contained within the Torah. You can easily register here.

To read a complimentary newsletter from Inner Judaism, click here and subscribe if you want to be part of a select community of like-minded people seeking meaning from Judaism’s wisdom.

The New Year is just underway, and beginning next week, you can embark on a journey of connection and spiritual depth. 

I look forward to being with you, exploring the Torah’s messages together and welcoming you as a subscriber. 

About Ruth Schapira

As a Jewish educator, I hope to broaden opportunities for learning and offer new ideas. If my posts inspire you to hold conversations and motivate change within the Jewish community, that would make me very happy. I'm interested in making a difference. View all posts by Ruth Schapira

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