Yom Shabbat, 10 Tammuz 5778
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Enter our names in the book of lives well lived…..

As we sort through all the noise and chatter that modern living brings, it’s easy to get lost in the shuffle. It’s easy to function on auto-pilot, unaware how far we’ve come from living our values, living intentionally, spiritually, or collaboratively. It’s easy focus on the daily tasks, but forget what it means to live well. Of course, the definition of “a life well lived” means different things to everyone. But when we pause to reflect on how we’d like to be remembered after we leave this world, or humbled as we realize another year has passed us by, it’s an opportunity to pause and reflect. It’s a chance to re-visit our lifestyles and values. We can make conscious shifts to reflect how we would like to define our lives. In this prayer, we’re asking G-d not only to inscribe us in the Book of Life, but to give us the tools to live with intention and purpose. I’m inviting you to use those tools in the upcoming year.

--Jennifer Braham, Director of Membership Engagement