Sunday Services: 9:30 & 11:15 am
3400 Michelson Drive, Irvine, CA 92612
University Synagogue

Center Office: 3151 Airway Ave K108,
Costa Mesa, CA 92626 (714)754-7399

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Services: Sunday 9:30 & 11:15 am

University Synagogue
3400 Michelson Drive
Irvine, CA 92612

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August 4, 2019

“Be like a tree and let the dead leaves drop.” –Rumi

God is the initial ignition and the supernatural spark that activates the engine of existence. I am one with this catalytic force and love is my fuel for forward motion. My creative thought is the driver on the super highway of life’s potentials.
I know that in completing a prior chapter, I allow the “dead leaves” of the growing tree of my life to effortlessly fall away from the trunk of my being, allowing fresh, fragrant flowers to blossom in their place. I am no longer burdened by the desiccated branches of prior predicaments. I create space to embrace audacious adventures and bountiful blessings. The sweet nectar of my source attracts absolute joy. I ground my roots into the ever-fertile pot of Principle, invigorating my being towards even greater experiences of unconditional love.
As I bask in the warm glow of the sunshine of Source, I water my soul with continued prayer, practice, patience and play. In moments of stillness, I am in tune with the gentle wind, through which the voice of God whispers with intuitive, indwelling guidance. I reach past the clouds of perceived conditions, and into the dawn of clarity, illuminated by a thousand rays of Divine daybreak.
I am grateful for the incredible love and growth experienced from chapters past, for they have brought me to the magnificent journey that lies ahead. Empowered and energized, I begin a new story of limitless possibilities and complete abundance in every aspect of my being.
I release my word in Law, knowing that the masterpiece of my life is already made manifest.
And so it is.

Afrah Salahuddin