An Intention for Shabbat Ki Tavo
© Rabbi Menachem Creditor
"Ki Tavo" (literally "when you arrive"), points to that moment when you finally enter the domain of Promise. After 40 years along your own meandering, wandering route, full of the painful and revelatory kind of experiences that typify truly transformative growth journeys, you arrive.
What then? What next?
The bounty of blessing you've ached for is now - finally - offered. How do you receive it? Greedily claiming it as your own? Or might you learn to experience blessing as a gift from beyond the self, calling for more gratitude than anything else?
May this Shabbat be one in which you choose to experience abundance of blessing.
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