A Prayer for Tomorrow to Come just a Bit Quicker Rabbi Menachem Creditor
Dearest Source of All,
Through these tears we call to You.
Please, Oh Please, set us free.
No, we do not mean
aimless chaos, unaware selfishness,
people marching blindly,
trampling over one another.
God, we ask for Your Grace,
a flowing current of selflessness
surging between neighbors and strangers,
a reminder that we are Your Image,
each and all.
Please God, purpose.
Please God, health.
Please God, mutual care.
Please God, soon.
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