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God is in the small details

by shanni on November 23, 2011   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


It has double meaning: The Orthodox approach: G-d pays attention to every little detail, therefore you must follow every little part of Halacha.
My Holistic approach: Divine is in every little thing that happens in this world, therefore we should appreciate the things we usually don't pay attention to.
The idea came to me when driving through the Carmel when it started regrowing after the fire last year.
The picture of cobwebs was taken between a pomegranate and a peach tree in my garden, both grew unintentionally from seeds. Speaks for itself.

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