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Firstfruits 2015

Sunday, April 12th, 2015

The second image in a series that began with the Unleavened Days.  The Feast of the unleavened had finished and it is time for firstfruits.

Feel free if you wish to republish, distribute as you like.  Spread the word, sound, image, power.

Shalom

Peace

平和

سلام
שלום

Unleavened Days, Exodus

Friday, April 3rd, 2015

As people observe passover across the globe we set off on a new exodus.  We have decided to break bread with the world and inaugurate a new collaboration consisting of myself, Jacob Schere, and my brother, Seth “Brimtstone” Schere.

Our first image Unleavened Days is being released this Passover.  We aim to release at least one image a mothy for the coming year and beyond.

We invite all to remember the days of old and apply heart to our collective lives in today’s age.

Exodus 12:18

Please feel free to distribute and share this image around the world.  Let us all take a month to reflect and remember why partaking in unleavened bread.

Peace

Shalom

Chag Sameach

chag kasher v’same’ach

חַג כָשֵׁר וְשָׂמֵחַ

 

Homemade Matzoh: Stranger in a Strange Land

Sunday, April 17th, 2011

As people all over the world ready and prepare to observe the feast of passover I decided that I would make matzoh from scratch for the first time.  Sometimes I truly am a stranger in a strange land, and I remember that my people were also strangers in a strange land.

With the earth continuing to shake, it has become even more important to me that I observe passover to the absolute best of my ability this year.  The desire to make some homemade matozh grew out of my own identity as a Jew of the tribe of Judah.

As the mixed multitude left Egypt under the leadership of Moses, I too wanted to remember those days, and to be a reminded of the many though out the world who are still in bondage.  Whether the bondage is physical or mental, I pray that all my brothers and sisters throughout the world too can taste real freedom.  And for those of us who are free, let us eat the matzoh, the bitter herbs and the roast lamb as a reminder to all the sacrifices that have been made, and the sacrifices to be made.

I wish all out there from the bottom of my heart a beautiful passover.  I also pray that all by brothers and sisters throughout the world that wish to be in Jerusalem may you be able to make the journey.

פסח שמח

Chag Pesach Same’ach

Homemade Matzoh 01

Homemade Matzoh 02

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