Psalm 27: Infinite Manna

Aug 31st, 2010 by Rabbi Simcha Weinberg in Holidays, Prayer, Spiritual Growth
“To behold the sweetness of God and to contemplate in His Sanctuary.” (Verse 4)

Rabbi Elazar taught: The righteous in the World to Come will eat of the same Manna that Israel ate while in the desert. Do not think that the portions will be measured as they were in the desert. Each portion will taste of eternity and Infinity. This is what David described when he said, “To behold the sweetness of God and to contemplate in His Sanctuary.” (Zohar, Beshalach 63a-b)

David may be asking for ‘one thing’, but that one thing is Infinite and Eternal. Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur are our opportunity to ask for the same perfect food; sustenance of a life that always feels eternal and infinite.

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