Sunday, November 24, 2019

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“To You Silence is Praise”



   by Reb Gutman Locks   

"To You Silence is Praise" [i]

 

     At first it might seem that this means that even if we do not say anything about Hashem, it is still considered to be praising Him. The actual meaning is that no matter how much we try to praise Hashem, what is left unsaid is so much greater than anything we could possibly say.

     The practical lesson of silence is that the mystical moments are experienced in stillness, when we stand in awe, not when we are expressing our desires or praises. But first we have to look, yearn, to reach up inside, and then, please G-d, we will experience in silence the awe of His Glorious Presence.



[i] Psalms 65 

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