“Jewish folklore often casts Solomon as either the king humbled by the adage, or as the one who delivers it to another. Many versions of the folktale have been recorded by the Israel Folklore Archive at the University of Haifa. In some versions the phrase is simplified even further, appearing as only the Hebrew lettersgimel, zayin, and yodh, which begin the words “Gam zeh ya’avor” (Hebrew: גם זה יעבור, gam zeh yaavor), “this too shall pass.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/This_too_shall_pass
I love Jewish learning, Jewish history, Jewish heritage, it is a wisdom that applies to modern life, where every person can identify their situation with a story or lesson of the week.
This past few weeks all my kids had an ear infection, luckily I handled that, then with all the hugs and kisses they give me 24/7, they passed a cold on to me, and luckily I battled it with everything natural:
- Juice made of Apple, Lemon, Cayenne, Ginger (I also had a juice with Apple, Orange, and Tumeric that is anti-inflamatory)
- Natural Antibiotic Shot and Tea from Erewhon (has garlic, grapefruit seed extract, colliodal silver, cordyceps, among other goodies.)
- Homemade chicken soup
- Rest and Sleep
So Thank God I am feeling much better and my husband is under the weather. I am grateful that it came in waves, we are lucky to know healthy on a daily basis, so I was proud when my kids calmly told me something doesn’t feel right with their ears. “This too shall pass,” is the way I see life and live life. We deal, we move on, we grow, move forward, and learn from the experiences. With the downs, we are able to appreciate the ups. One of the best ups of all, we just welcomed a new baby boy into our extended family!!!
Beautiful video below about preserving history,
We learn from our past,
We teach our children about their roots,
We keep our traditions strong and pround,
I am so ready to sign off with the best tradition of all,
The Day of Rest,