Finding my new angle + a FULL song! – PRISM!


Prism- So pretty, colors and feelings
Stories and dreams- capture me
Ropes binding, knots drawing
Attracted like magnets
That’s how it was meant to be
Suddenly dull
Magic no more
Light gone

CHORUS:
Bring back the magic, the magic of old
where has it gone? Maybe traded or sold?
Diminished, or invisible, currently unknown
The magic I need, the magic to see

Prism- So pretty, colors and feelings
Stories and dreams- capture me
Ropes binding, knots drawing
Attracted like magnets
That’s how it was meant to be
Suddenly dull
Magic no more
Light gone

Bring back the magic, the magic of old
where has it gone? Maybe traded or sold?
I try to relate
but can’t concentrate
maybe contemplate
to try and rotate

Mitvos are pretty, colorful, full of feelings
Stories of thousands, sacrifices, ones before me
Dreams, hope, and love for Hashem
Like a magnet surrounds, it kidnaps me.
Suddenly dull, magic diminished
No insight, left in the cold

Bring back the magic, the magic of old
Diminished, or invisible, currently unknown
The magic I need, the magic to see
to rotate our prism, break through the cold

If we can bring back the magic, the sparkle and glow
if we rotate our prism, and break through the cold
Then the new will come too, along with magic of old
And the magic of new to join in our soul

So  if we bring back the sparkle to the mitzvos of old
retake, new angle, we can break through cold
We will want to do more, so the new will come to
Helping to make a better you

He ya’ll! I was reading over shabbos, about all the kabbalos we take on when something happens like the har nof masacre. It’s funny, the Torah specifically tells us only to take on things when in joy and not in sorrow. So why do we do that? Why does everyone think it’s right? I don’t know, I guess everyone just wants to do SOMETHING. But here’s something we SHOULD do, and CAN do! We should take the mitzvos we already do, and work on them harder, try to feel more, do it with more oomph, and feeling. We should try to do it whenever we can. Why take on something new? Re-take the old.

Right now BARUCH HASHEM, bless G-d, nothing horrible or any terrorist attacks have been done- but, inside me I felt like I was going nowhere recently, in anything. Reading this made me realize I don’t need to take on something new, I just need to get a new angle. I need to turn my prism around, let the sun hit somewhere else and watch the magic begin again.

Things get boring too quickly. I’m one of those girls who loves every day of school (even when there are tests and politics and I’m tired) cuz I love the adventure, in my head I make everything into an adventure, and each day of school, something interesting happens. Whether it’s a prank, a good old DMC with a friend, or just being around people and making them smile and chatting, I make the most boringest things exciting in my head. For some reason though…mitzvos just lost it’s taste recently.

Like does G-d seriously care know if I make a bracha, or kiss the mezuzah? So, I decided to find a new angle. To read, find out stuff, and find the passion that I have for living, talking to G-d and helping others, in the smaller things that seem less important. I haven’t found my new angle yet, but I know I will soon. It’s another adventure, right?

Here’s what I got from now- from the back of this weeks family first (Mishpacha women’s magazine)

“We do mitzvos with the body to ignite feelings and awareness in the heart”

So, I’ll just keep up with what I’m doing, all the while waiting for those feelings, and finding my new angle.

Can you find your new angle? Tell me about it!!
Be in touch!
❤ Hadassi
hadassi98@gmail.com

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