Psalms of My Soul
3 weeks and 2 days of the Omer
GEVURAH sh b'NETZACH
When should my Hod / humility in front of my professors cause me to compromise in what Gevurah / boundaries I accept, and when not? Am I disciplined and focused enough to have courage, integrity and know truth, and not compromise and withstand my thesis not being accepted, by my sharing my instinctual wisdom? I had to carefully balance Hod to survive in Gevurah and restrain Netzach, and receive my MBA.
(UJ was later renamed American Jewish University in Los Angeles, CA.)
short excerpt from:
“G*d is present in every action and in every thought.” - Rabbi Nachman of Bratslav
It is two upper Sephirot, Chokmah and Binah, Wisdom and Understanding, which give us an active and intuitive awareness of our interactions of qualities in the universe. Keter is the crown, the highest Sephira, which belongs only to G*d.
The Sephirot work in combination with each other as Vessels (Kelim) allowing woman and man to receive G*d’s Light (Orot). (1 Chronicles 29:11-12) / in the Members of a Jewish organization have the opportunity to look within themselves to see what types of behavioral qualities (midot) and activities they manifest B'Tzelem Elokim in the image of The Divine One's immanence in their own being. These spiritual attributes with which The Holy One (Ain Sof) governs the world, can serve as a bridge to their more refined sense of mindful and reflective management of the organization.
Exactly 20 years later following my graduation, this week a librarian at AJU (UJ) has told me that she wants to scan my MBA thesis into the American Jewish University's new library.
Once again, my thesis and its chapter on SPIRITUALITY shall be available. Amayn.
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