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I see Pessach (Passover) as a time to be grateful. After-all, aren't we doing all of this hard work to remember that we once had it hard and then received the biggest miracles of all time? Interestingly enough after the miracle, one would think that our problems would go away but in reality we just got a whole new set of problems I think that Yetziat Mizraim (the redemption from slavery in Egypt) is really a lesson about life. Life is hard. Some problems get solved. But then we need to deal with other problems that is because it is not about having it easy but it is about how we react to the hardships. The journey is an accumulation of tests. Some we pass and some are more complicated So as we go into our sedarim (seders), a time of reflection and gratitude I want to thank you for being part of my journey. For your support, love, and connection.
My Kintsugi journey is just starting to take shape. I hope that my message of mending broken hearts, of accepting ourselves with all of our perfect imperfections, of finding joy after heart break will continue to inspire and empower women.
I am Grateful for you!
Chag Kasher Vesameach!
For those who celebrate Easter, happy Easter! And I am very grateful for you as well.
To yaffapalti whom sent me these photos and videos as a gift. You are one of the highlights of my journey! I'm blessed to have you alongside me. Thank you for inspiring me to keep growing all the while cracking up at your jokes, and perfect sense of humor. WeAreKintsugi MikahFashion