Latest update: July 30th, 2012
We can talk to God throughout the day in addition to practicing hitbodedut during a set time. Whenever you realize a lack in your life or in the life of someone else, pray to Him for help. Whenever you are about to do something, ask for His assistance. Weave an ongoing conversation with your Creator into the fabric of your day.
While pleading with God, yearn for and seek out the Temple. Say to your Father, “We have not forgotten, we have not despaired, and we will not relent, until You return the Temple and Your Divine Presence to us.”
May it be today.
Yaakov Weiland has an MSW from Fordham School of Social Service and lives in New York City.Yaakov Weiland
About the Author: Yaakov Weiland has an MSW from Fordham School of Social Service and lives in New York City. Visit his blog at yaakovweiland.blogspot.com.
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