December 26th 2012

December 26th, yesterday, was the day I had been waiting for, for the last 9 months.

It was raining for the first 3 hours.  Brr.
It was raining for the first 3 hours. Brr.

As many of you know, when I was living in Portland, my inner voice told me I needed to be at the Kotel on December 26th.  I didn’t know why, or what would happen, but I knew I needed to be there.  I decided no matter what was to happen, December 26th would be a day to test my patience.  Over the last week, I had no obligations, nobody waiting for me, and no responsibilities that needed tending.  For the first time, in a long time, I felt REALLY free, and realized being free entails.  With freedom, comes patience, since the future is completely unknown. What an awesome feeling.

So, yesterday morning, I woke up at 6:45, showered, ate an orange, and began walking to the kotel.  I got a little lost but by 8:45 I had made it.  I took a seat in the “2nd row” in front of the women’s side of the Kotel, and the next thing I knew, 3 hours of meditation had gone by!  I spent the remainder of the day meditating on peace and love, being grateful for all of the blessings in my life, and praying for everyone I love.

After the sunset, I left the kotel, headed home and made a new friend, who radiates light from his soul.  Hashem heard my prayers, and it continuously sending me beautiful lights!

To feeling love and alive,

Julie

Sunset :)
Sunset, and much more 🙂

Oh and for anyone interested in gematriah, Hashem’s full (unknown) name is equivalent to 26, and also אהבה אחד, One Love, is also equal to 26.  A day full of love indeed. 🙂

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