Learning how to be present to what is, rather than focused on where we think we should be, or where we wish we could be, is a gift we can give ourselves now and throughout our lives. Cultivating the capacity to be patient with ourselves and others, knowing that we are all doing the best we can in each moment is a beautiful and challenging experience that can ease our anxieties and our worries. Jewish Mindfulness can provide paths and tools for spiritual grounding during both difficult and simple times.

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Spiritual practice is not merely an escape from the messiness, but rather a turning toward the messy stuff of life and figuring out what wisdom we can gain. Through practice and awareness, we can remain connected to our inner reservoir of clarity, equanimity, and wisdom in the very midst of our challenging, messy, ever-changing, and unpredictable lives.