Storytelling from the soul

Storytelling from the soul

Local stories of Tzfat, Israel

Change of scene. Four souls were sitting at a table with another Rabbi.

We had coffee in our hands and we were surrounded by stone walls. It was a cozy corner, something like a cellar.

— Let’s start. Imagine you are walking through a forest and encounter an unknown and mysterious person… You have many doubts. What is the most important thing you would ask? That which is in the depths of your hearts…

— We want to know more about the Book of Splendor (Zohar).

That’s how the Rabbi began to tell a lot. A complete expert in storytelling.

There were many topics on the table and we were captivated by the grandeur of a Creator, for whom it is not enough to use the most sophisticated adjective to describe his power.

Tzfat, a cradle of artists. Passionate people who connect with the spiritual in a transcendental form.

We listened to his words. That reality we thought was real… was disappearing… This is the Zohar. Very complex to explain or understand… Just feel… that all vibrates… Perfection.

— I suppose you have more questions?

— Yes! What is the relationship between Esther, the Zohar and Bereshit (Genesis)?

— I don’t have time. If you want to know more, you should come tomorrow.

— We will do it. We need to know more about it.

By the way, the chairs we were sitting on said: Keter (Crown in Hebrew).

Author: Christy
My Citadel News


Looking for answers

Looking for answers

Local stories of Tzfat, Israel

— We have to talk to the Rabbi who was recommended by the wine owner.

— Yes of course! Let’s go.

We sent a message. Unanswered. We continue to pursue the dream… We walked to the center of studies. We call it before entering.

— I’ve been busy so I did not answer. Where are you?

— Here in the study center.

He hung up immediately. He left the office and…

— Excuse me. It was crazy. He continues. How about 4:00 pm?

— We will be back.

Time passed… We came back… We spoke… No news, just a little resistance (at least that’s how we feel it).

Explanations, explanations, but zero answers.

— Did I answer your questions?

— Mmmm!, actually we already knew this, but okay, thanks.

— Now I leave you to talk with another Rabbi. He does have answers. I can just say this.

Author: Christy
My Citadel News