Do you share Miriam HaNeviah's Midot/attributes?
I'm grateful when they do have joy, and I'm most grateful that I've had opportunity to do Mitzvot. An example is that I surrender into my own music offerings so that others can be elevated in their personal prayer. I move aside so that I am only a vessel that the Holy One can use to send energy through me to be helpful. This way, I hear some messages that I need to hear and act upon.
Today while in Chesed sh b'Hod, I created this card for a FB artist friend in Israel on Reb Shlomo's, z"l, moshav,
whom I have met for a few moments, also a potter, but she's working at it, and I acknowledge that she works in G*d's Splendor.
I'm grateful to connect with a ceramicist woman on Moshav Me'or Modiin, who also sees the beauty of nature, and clay.