Berit Engen WOOF & D'RASH - Weaving a Thousand Jewish Tapestries


BOOK OF PSALMS (I)
– Lonely in Front of Mountains While Seeking Inside Gorges
 
   
Traveling Jews traditionally brought this book along on their trips and journeys. I think of it as a companion we can use as we travel through our lives.

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BOOK OF PSALMS (II)
– Lonely in the Midst of Meadows While Staring Beyond Fields
 

As I was weaving from the Psalms, it became clear to me how my own experience of landscapes and light play such a role in how I hear the words of the Psalmist.

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BOOK OF PSALMS (III)
 – Lonely Behind Darkness While Stretching Into Light
 
 
There is something above me – or something in the distance – that I am striving to reach because it pulls on me...

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BOOK OF PSALMS (IV)
Alone Inside Shadows but Resting Below Dust
 
 
“V’atziah sheol hinecha.” I found this psalm verse in a Jewish book for mourners. Moved by the words of the translation, I wove four interpretations.

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