Even though last week was mother’s day – it is always mother’s day – it is always share your love day. This week we say good bye to the book of instruction – Leviticus.
It is probably the least liked of the five books of Moses, but then again, it was written as a handbook for the priests. Two great concepts are introduced as we get ready to head off the mountain – the Sabbath for the land and the jubilee year of freedom – the great year of the return – to take things back to the beginning.
We are then left with a decision to make – accept the covenant and be blessed – almost a return to paradise; break the covenant and be cursed – there really is no decision – unfortunately no one read the fine print. We are ab out to return to storytelling time and some pretty amazing tales.
So sit back and join me in saying farewell to the holiness code but continue to send love and goodwill and honor to everyone, as we support each other along the route to personal freedom. The freedom to be you – and on your journey please continue to spread love and forgiveness and healing to all you know in need of renewal and see the blessings in your life; see the miracles; see the beauty; see the opportunity.
Feel free to share this audio with any you think might enjoy it, and of course enjoy all of our past audio and video episodes which are available on our YouTube channel. This episode will hopefully be posted shortly, however due to internet problems it may not get loaded for another day or so – click here to watch the Rabbi David Gellman Show
Thank you all once again for joining me, for allowing me into your homes, into your electronic devices, into your hearts – as you are all with me in mine – Be well, be happy, be healthy, be curious, be spontaneous, be free-wheeling, be kind, be forgiving, be compassionate, be independent of mind and deed and be good to yourself.
Continue to celebrate the taste of freedom with your friends and family or whoever you choose to share with – and as always – if you have any questions or suggestions or just want to say “hi”, please send me an email.
And remember if you do not want to receive these anymore, please send me an email so I can remove you. And know – that I truly appreciate your sharing your sacred time with me thus far.