On Mother’s Day

In Judaism we are told that no-one ever dies as long as we remember them. By taking what was important and good from a mother’s life, and honoring it in our own, we make the world better. As we mother our children, and nourish all those we love with unconditional love, we raise the consciousness of the human family. When we live in reverence and respect for Mother Earth, we celebrate Her. As the Sacred Feminine rises from the depths, as we become aware of her gifts to us let us treasure our ability, to love, to dance, to share stories and laughter, to treasure the stories of one another and welcome the intuitive into our lives.