Thursday, November 26, 2009

267. Sha'at Ratzon

alarm clock, Tel Aviv
According to Kabbalah (Jewish Mysticism), today between the hours 13:43 and 13:56 was referred to as Sha'at Ratzon (which translates to the hour of desire), where one could ask God for that which they wanted.
Amongst my list was a desire to find a heart shaped clock to accompany this text - one thing on my list has already come true.
At the clock shop I met Natan who let me take this picture.
Natan's heart would love for others to help children with cancer
*Content and photo © Nomi Helene 2009. All Rights Reserved


  1. Damm......i missed the golden hour!

  2. Why I love my dad....


    I LOVE the clock and the text and the fact that it actually existed and you found it on this day.
    However, line 3 should be:
    Where one could ask God for whatever one wanted, or, for that which ONE wanted.

    If you already used the word one, you cannot pluralize it and say, as you did, "which they wanted."



  3. Brad,

    where there's a will there's a way.