September 20, 2018

Speaking Through and Through

It is there that I will set My meetings with you, and I shall speak with you from atop the Cover, from between the two Cherubim that are on the Ark of the Testimonial-tablets, everything that I shall command you to the Children of Israel. (Exodus 25:22)

Atop the ark holding the tablets in the temple are two angels, Cherubim. It is said God speaks between them.   A Cherub is “like a young one,” says Rashi.

With childlike innocence, I sound out Your Name. With childlike innocence “cooing,” and whatever else, is fine. It is.
With childlike innocence, I hear your call. In hereing with my heart and brain. With childlike innocence, I face all; I spread my wings, open my gaze.

“Oh, God!” I think. “I can hold You through my wise handle on things, I can. I do.”

And I hear,
“Hahaha.
Your desire is playful. You’re only Our baby. You should open and say, ‘AH”

“Rattle, rattle! Slide, Yah!” Shaking through me, I let my wings be used as an amplifier—-
I'm awed!
Am I screaming? I am singing: 


I am one of many; all together we are One. 

I am one of many; all together we are One.

“Letting Me hold you,” God hummms under it all, rocking me.
“By letting Me hold you, you can hold Me too.”