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Tehillim Thought of the Day [Psalm 134:1]
We live in the darkness of the exile where Hashem’s presence is hidden. In darkness, vision is compromised and perception limited. To see in the dark, the eye must adapt, undergoing changes in the rods and cones. The eye takes approximately thirty minutes to fully adapt from bright sunlight to complete darkness. As a people, we have moved from the bright light of Hashem’s manifest presence in the Temple periods to the darkness of our current exile. Our ability to see Hashem in this darkness requires both patience and a visual adjustment. "A Song of Ascents. Behold, bless Hashem all you servants of Hashem who stand in the House of Hashem in the nights (Psalm 134:1)." We are the servants of G-D standing in His House in the night of our exile. David exhorts us to remain Hashem’s servants, doing His work wherever and whenever we can. He enjoins us to remain standing in Hashem’s House, in our temples and our synagogues, patiently waiting for the darkness to lift and the redemption to follow.

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