This is a very special time in the Jewish calendar, as we are now less than four weeks until Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur.
Trust me; it will be much easier to be ready than not.
Judaism teaches us that Elul is an acronym for “Ani l’Dodi, v’Dodi Li,” “I am to my beloved, as my beloved is to me.” It is a saying from the Song of Songs, written by King Solomon, and often quoted at weddings and engraved on rings. On the surface, it does speak about the love between a man and a woman. But on a deeper level, it is the ultimate love between G-d and the Jewish people.
When Elul comes, we reconnect with our Creator, rekindle love, and renew this most precious relationship.
To help you, here’s the Momentum Boost webinar I did week called “How to Land in the Book of Life“:
Don’t forget to download the packet that you can fill in with your new year’s plan for success.
Remember, if you don’t know where you are going, G-d can’t get you there.