Berit Engen WOOF and D'RASH - Weaving a Thousand Jewish Tapestries

MYSTICAL TRADITION I
– In the Name
 
How strange that in the world’s religions there are so many names for the Divine, and that the Jews spell God with a four letter combination that we no longer know how to pronounce. Even if we did know, we would not be permitted to do so.


MYSTICAL TRADITION II  
– In a hymn
 
My focus of interest in mystical Judaism is on how the Kabbalah has influenced and is still enriching normative Judaism.
 


MYSTICAL TRADITION III
–  In a tale

I like the Chasidic tradition of seeking God through music, dance, and song. In the least pretentious of places and moments, I often feel I can say, ”God is in this place, and I know it.”


MYSTICAL TRADITION IV
– In dense colors
 
My world has always been filled with a sense of mysticism, often accented by colors.


MYSTICAL TRADITION V
– In dew, mist, and rain
 
I have woven water as in gentle rain and dew and mist upon the earth. Water, no one is ‘against’ water. But rain? Heaven forbid it should rain one day. We all need it for survival, but few want it. Dew makes bare feet in the grass wet in the morning, and mist is a veil hindering us from seeing clearly. To me it is about the awe inspiring, mysterious interplay between water and light.
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