Friday, April 15, 2011


I was reading "Living Inspired" by Akiva Tatz this morning. I always re-read certain sections before Yomim Tovim.

He talks extensively about alacrity with regard to Pesach. Specifically how by shrinking time (physicality) we increase our connection to the spiritual domain. Hence why we left Egypt "k'heref ayin".

A thought occurred to me in regard to work. What were to happen if we treated our work with an attitude of k'heref ayin? Could this be an approach to brining our work to a higher spiritual plane?

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Anonymous said...

What does K'heref ayin mean in english?

Anonymous said...

see a permitted online excerpt here


from the text: "...if one is strong
as a lion to arise in the morning
...then the day can be spiritual,
--or a case of "living tired"...

DixieYid (يهودي جنوبي) said...

k'heref ayin means "in the blink of an eye"