In Judaism, we are encouraged to recite 100 blessings every day. Interestingly, blessings are not only for the good, they are also for the perceived bad. We bless all experience.
Even if someone dies, we say, Blessed are You, the Judge of Truth. In the face of the worst possible event, we anchor ourselves by remembering that we are not the only author of our story.
An elder friend’s voice on the phone, filled with awe and gratitude because she survived Covid-19, because I remember to call every day, because she can make me laugh. Virtual but so real.
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