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There is no place on earth without the Prescence. There are portals to holiness everywhere, but we often walk in the world as if we have no map to them, as if they do not exist.
You do not have to go anywhere to raise yourself. You do not have to become anyone other than yourself to find entrances. You are already there.
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You are already everything you need to be. Entrances are everywhere and all the time. As we move up the ladder of holiness on Yom Kippur, we realize that we have scaled the heights to arrive at this entrance but feel lower than ever before.
We cannot access a way in to God. We gravitate between intimacy and distance.
One minute we are close to imbuing everything we do with transcendence and the next we feel all of our inadequacies rising, filling us with dread and humility. Our prayer moments parallel this experience, taking us up and down with their ascents and descents, mirroring this emotional rise and fall with uncanny unpredictability. Then suddenly our prayers turn precipitously to human beings and throw us into existential crisis:.
Man, his beginning is from dust and ends in dust; risking his life, he gets his brad. He is like a potsherd that cracks, like grass that withers, like the flower that fades, like the shadow that passes, like the cloud that vanishes, like the wind that blows, like the dust that flies, and like a fleeting dream… Unetaneh Tokef prayer. The impermanence of our condition renders our grasp for the sacred an anomaly.