Saturday, October 29, 2005

Silent Gratitude

Baruch Hashem. A few words that contain so much meaning. I may not always be able to convey my feelings of Jewish pride and gratitude to God in as many words as available to me in the world of language. Reading the words of others invoke inside of me thoughts, feelings and emotions that are undescribable. God's world is vast and deep. The ideas and concepts contained in his creation are so special that it is our obligation to thank him for creating the ability to appreciate them. God could have created a drab world where we all thought and looked identical. We could have been created as angles without free will or special talents. Words evade me. I am dumb-struck.

2 Comments:

Blogger Pragmatician said...

who says we'd mind if He had.
While differences is what makes life interesting, it's also the root problems of all the inter-human-relationships- problems.

8:03 AM  
Blogger Littleredridinghoodie said...

Baruch Hashem goes with out saying the is no end to those words.

I think that Hashem Yishmor, and the fact that we are completely dependant on Hashem is a bigger compliment not necessarily our praise for him.

8:06 PM  

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