“Moshe’s anger was not a good sign,” Sidney said. “Moshe later taught there is no anger that doesn’t emanate from pride. At the root of all anger is the question, “How could it happen to me?”
“The battle in Moshe’s life was not over a few thousand dollars and a clause in a contract. It was between the rabbi and the Rabbi.
“That contract had been written for a Rabbi.”
–Mitchell Chefitz (The Seventh Telling)
Our Father and Mother God,
you are within us all,
and you make all things holy and united,
as you are holy and united, one God living and true.
Your Kingdom come,
your will be done,
which is love to all that lives in the heavens and on the earth.
Give us this day our daily bread,
and let us give our daily bread to those who have none;
and heal our broken spirits,
as we heal and forgive others.
And lead us, through the darkness of your mystical love,
to the light of the pleroma,
Good is the Good to the good, and They set their nature upon those who love their name.
We will seek and find, and will pray and be heard.
We have sought and found, we prayed and were heard in thy presence,
my Lord Yeshu and Maryam d-Hiya, Lords of Healings.