Rhosha ah nee, the place inside of me. Hold me so close, the waves that set me free. Rosh ah nee, the place I need to sea, where the blue of my heart will set me free. Ha sha ah ah na. Ha sha hold me close. Hash sha ah nee ...... ....... the place where we will set liberty.
Gift my heart to the Christ (celestial king, envisions oneness). There a song will live twice. Once in the breeze of my life. Once in the song that lifts the strife. Rosh ha hoe nee come free ...... ...... ........ ....... where I find a hope for liberty. Setting sails will billow, over the setting sun. Hope will linger on the run, waves setting in the sun.
Hoe my love inside of me ............... (wave form). Hold me close for all to believe. Roesh ah nee, there I will bee. I will bow down to my heart I will believe. Set me up higher than a flying kite could sail, there my heaven will know exactly how to wail/whale (swim the heavenly seas). Hosh ah nee, it's the breeze. Hosh ah ah nee it's my home, the place of heaven's throne. The place of reaching the solid bone (birth of light from within the darkness of heaven's waiting).
Hasha ah oh nee toe, there my soul will linger to know the grow. Vines (jews) will grow aknew each day. Learning to sing the song hooray. Hash sha ............. hold me. Rosh ah ah ah nee it's the place I seed. There my soul will be born anew. I will be the heart of golden true.
|Nine sacred streams!|
White Buffalo Calf Woman your Twin Deer Mother Sings and Holiness David Running Eagle Shooting Star your Father Red Hand Drums, for the heavenly inspiration for the Day of Awe (Yamim Noraim or days of repentance).
Relatives of the Rainbow Clan (you),
10 days of awe begins the Jewish New Year, the 10 pillars of death, to be risen again. Think of it as, 10 days of temple time, prayers and spiritual songs fill the heart, to move the soul along, birthing the waves of the soul, the holy ghost, the great spirit in you. This is a time of cleansing and purification, both internally and externally. A time to find the baby child, who's smile turns on all the lights of the rainbow, where dreams come true at the bottom where the pot of gold gifts to each and every child all their dreams come true. Brotherhood shares with us the smile, when the Rainbow Clan walks that last mile.
Your devoted servants, Twin Deer Mother and Father Red Hand, the House of David.
Days of Awe
Significance: A time of introspection
Length: 10 Days (including Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur)
Customs: Seeking reconciliation with people you have wronged; Kapparot
The ten days starting with Rosh Hashanah and ending with Yom Kippur are commonly known as the Days of Awe (Yamim Noraim) or the Days of Repentance. This is a time for serious introspection, a time to consider the sins of the previous year and repent before Yom Kippur.
One of the ongoing themes of the Days of Awe is the concept that G-d has "books" that he writes our names in, writing down who will live and who will die, who will have a good life and who will have a bad life, for the next year. These books are written in on Rosh Hashanah, but our actions during the Days of Awe can alter G-d's decree. The actions that change the decree are "teshuvah, tefilah and tzedakah," repentance, prayer, good deeds (usually, charity). These "books" are sealed on Yom Kippur. This concept of writing in books is the source of the common greeting during this time is "May you be inscribed and sealed for a good year."
Among the customs of this time, it is common to seek reconciliation with people you may have wronged during the course of the year. The Talmud maintains that Yom Kippur atones only for sins between man and G-d. To atone for sins against another person, you must first seek reconciliation with that person, righting the wrongs you committed against them if possible.
Another custom observed during this time is kapparot. This is rarely practiced today, and is observed in its true form only by Chasidic and occasionally Orthodox Jews. Basically, you purchase a live fowl, and on the morning before Yom Kippur you wave it over your head reciting a prayer asking that the fowl be considered atonement for sins. The fowl is then slaughtered and given to the poor (or its value is given). Some Jews today simply use a bag of money instead of a fowl. Most Reform and Conservative Jews have never even heard of this practice.
Work is permitted as usual during the intermediate Days of Awe, from Tishri 3 to Tishri 9, except of course for Shabbat during that week.
Two lesser special occasions occur during the course of the Days of Awe.
Tishri 3, the day after the second day of Rosh Hashanah, is the Fast of Gedaliah. This really has nothing to do with the Days of Awe, except that it occurs in the middle of them. For more information, see Minor Fasts.
The Shabbat that occurs in this period is known as Shabbat Shuvah (the Sabbath of Return). This is considered a rather important Shabbat.
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Sacred Song Blessings, gift all a good song, because you are perfect in all that does song. Our hearts reach into heaven, and we flood, with a sound, the music of Angels, that gift us pure sound. I want you to know, that you are part of God, the echo, that lingers till light hits the "Dawn". And we are the magic, that children who know, the heart always has pureness, like the blessed snow!
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