by Rabbi Kaya Stern-Kaufman

Turning, always turning
To every turn, a season
To every season, a spirit
To every spirit, a soul
To every soul, a home
Ani l’dodi v’dodi li
I am my Beloved’s and my Beloved is mine
Elul pours forth a call
Turn as the earth
Around your sacred truth,
Hold to your center
           but move from your place.
 from a new angle, Who You Are
And who you need to be
We are fiery emotions
We are waters of compassion
We are centered breath of life,
We are steady solid clay
An eternal breath wrapped in dust and light
always turning
Rabbi Kaya Stern-Kaufman,MSW is the Founder and Director of Rimon Resource Center for Jewish Spirituality in Great Barrington, MA. She is a former psychotherapist and feng shui practitioner with a life-long interest in comparative religion and the creation of sacred space and sacred time.

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