“I have always had so many dreams. So many hopes and aspirations…”
Master of the Universe! I am Yours and my dreams are Yours.
I have dreamed a dream and I do not know what it is.
May it be Your will, that all my dreams concerning myself and concerning anyone of Israel, shall be for good…
If they are good dreams, strengthen and reinforce them.
But if they require a remedy, heal them…
At this moment, after experiencing the uplifting spiritual experience of our prayers, as we stand opposite the priests, we come face to face with our true selves and innermost soul. Perhaps we are now ready to re-evaluate our life’s dreams, expectations and values and to concede that not all of our dreams and goals are positive or productive. And we acknowledge, too, that as we became so busy with the many mundane aspects of living, we haven’t properly extended the necessary exertion to make even our good dreams happen.
And the congregation all answers, Amen!
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