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Kol Echad is the Singularity

Tuesday, August 30, 2016 @ 10:08 AM
posted by Herb Cooper-Levy

We weren’t just at Sinai


We weren’t just at Sinai.

We were there at Tsimtsum, at B’reishit.

When Elohim emerged

As the heavens and the Earth.

We were the nothing that became


Every thing

Every every

We were the dust and the firmament.

We were the waters below and the waters above.

We shaped into plants and animals.

We grew into the Earth: Adome:

Adam and Chavah.

We rested and we continued to change.

We were Creation.

We still are. read more