The Perfection of Imperfection

It’s springtime in the Middle East- we’re in the middle of the lunar month of Nissan, traditionally the New Year – also according to the Ancient Hebrew calendar. Nissan is the month of the holiday of Passover, which commemorates the Hebrews freedom from slavery. Unleavened bread is traditionally eaten as it commemorates how quickly the Hebrews needed to leave if they were going to successfully escape slavery in Egypt and intentionally
move towards the Promised Land.

There was not even enough time to allow for the dough to rise before baking bread. So a makeshift imperfect alternative was made – baking the dough quickly into cracker cakes which today are known as Matzoh. Thousands of years later, matzoh has become the symbolic food eaten during the full seven days of Passover to remind us of how fortunate we are to have our freedom. Imperfection has become the symbol of authentic freedom of being and of expression. Freedom is as important as our basic bread. Our freedom of choice is our basic bread.

In this week’s Wisdom Wednesday – which is actually filmed on Thursday morning you’ll learn three ways being imperfect can help you align perfectly with your highest good and satisfying success. The music meditation is attuned to it.

Where has your imperfection showed you perfect alternatives even better than what you could imagine?

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