Renewing the Old to Rebuild Anew

Looking back outside the Old City of Jerusalem....

There is no possible way to begin to communicate the myriad of experiences that defined Jerusalem yesterday... The journey from Tel Aviv was 'a trip' to remember... walking through a modern mall outside the old City was something else... entering the Jaffa Gate was more emotional than one might anticipate... being welcomed by a harpist playing on the street was magical... walking on streets paved with golden stones, some old, some new, required paying attention to every step...

Pesach (Passover) was spent with a well-known Breslov musician and his family in Tel Aviv. When Eliezer heard that we were going to Jerusalem Sunday he shared that he and his colleague Alex were performing at a special event and invited us to join them. While the depth of the experiences there will take time to process, there are no words to describe my feelings and thoughts when they dedicated a song to me, and talked with the group about the reuinion of science and spirit, then singing "Return Again" in both Hebrew and English.

This experience, shared with dearest friends was just the beginning of the day... and then came Francoise... a reunion that opened and unfolded but shall have to remain a story to be shared another day...

However, the image above provided me with a way to express my link with Eliezer and Francoise! Like the connections we are privileged to remember and renew, it's a small section of a very large building that was taken apart stone-by-stone and rebuilt piece-by-piece in a new time and space. It remains a powerful reminder of how energy can neither be created or destroyed; that what 'Is' always 'Is', the energy in every atom reassembled time and again since the birth of Creation.

So it is that as I walk today's path my clearest intent is to breathe every breath wholly and fully remembering again that living and dying are merely how we partake and participate in the Universe's recycling system!

Joy to you!

Lynnclaire Dennis

The Mereon Legacy CIC, The Pavement, 3 The Pavement, Hay-on-Wye, Herefordshire HR3 5BU , United Kingdom