Today is the epitome of gloomy day. Refrigerator cold air and cold rain. Rain without passion, no creation of water melodies from the fierce rain, just continuous drizzle.
It makes me tired. It makes my toes cold. It makes me want summer to come to my toes can feel the sun. So my freckles can grow together into one big, brown, spot and my eyes can peek out from my big sunglasses.
One thing however that keeps me warm is the following email. I’m almost done. There’s been a lot of effort with this whole Judaism thing. a couple years of dedication, not just to Judaism but to finding the emotional strength to face a plethora of Rabbi’s, to crawl into all of these offices with my ears ringing in understanding Hebrew. At the beginning it was emotionally painful because I was this scared, grieving kid. Trying to build some sort of life after all the mess. I’m glad that it’s possible to swim through the paperwork and the patience of being accepted. and I’m almost there. That’s not entertainment, that’s the most dedicated thing I’ve ever done for myself.
Good news! I understand that all has been approved. It is due in our offices for signing this week (the Conversion Authority) and then back to the TLV Rabbinut who will send you the Hamarat Dat certificate by registered mail – hopefully by the end of next week – fingers crossed. Then your life can begin!!
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