Amy Zucker Morgenstern
Also appropriate as Benedictions
Book of Life is open before us. It
tells stories of sadness and happiness, despair and hope, stagnation and change,
and a peaceful stillness that transcends both.
you be written in the Book of Life.
May you write your own name there, in shining ink stirred together from
the tears of the past and the sweet flower essence of the hoped-for future. May you know who you have been and who
you are and bless your future self with loving, brave intention.
a good new year.
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Last updated on Tuesday, February 19, 2013.
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