Shekinah

by | Jul 13, 2016 | Reflections

When this picture passed through the family photo stream,
I immediately thought “Shekinah” (and asked permission to use it.)

I’ve been using this word a long time
whenever I see mist, or fog, or playful light among the trees.
You, O Shekinah,
cloaked in garments ethereal.
You, O Shekinah,
elegant and graceful.

You, O Shekinah,
Hebrew word
meaning Dwelling.
You, O Shekinah,
shaping your abiding
for a moment.

(Photo: Krista Patriquin)

 

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4 Comments

  1. Lovely photo. Matching word and thought. This morning I was watching the early sun on the water. A peaceful, soothing time.

  2. What a beautiful post in photo and word! Thank you so much for this special one.

  3. Thanks. I love early morning walks.

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