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Yom Kippur

G'mar chatima tova. May you be inscribed and sealed for a year of pure light that overfloweth with meaning, adventure and beauty, impact, creativity and fulfillment, understanding, delight and love for you and all you hold dear. I ask for forgiveness to those I may have wronged or not shown up for in every way that I am able. Know that I seek to navigate a path of truth with integrity and passion – and am ever-learning through experience and wisdom on this journey of life. My soul is profoundly grateful to all who believe in, support, and elevate my pursuits and my spirit. As the sun sets and I tune out-to-tune in on Yom Kippur, I send you respect, blessings and infinite love.

The day of atonement. 🙏🏾  After shul, I spent five hours in the park with these sensational humans — in deep discussion about our sins, that for which we wish to atone, how to create space, meaningful intentions, specifics on mind, body, soul, friendship, community, love, work, all the things. We also played brain games, with our fasting bodies sprawled on the Great Lawn. I usher in the new year with immense gratitude, whole openness, clear intention and big love. 


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