My brain on Day 16 of war.
I need frozen broccoli and I should go say ten chapters of Tehillim (Psalms).
The laundry basket is overflowing and the images of burned bodies I accidentally saw on social media are seared into my eyelids.
Our safe room needs to be stocked with bottled water and non-perishable food and how will life change when Moshiach (the Messianic Redeemer) comes?
I’m learning more Torah than ever before and maybe I can make challah rolls for chayalim (soldiers) on Thursday afternoon this week.
We need milk and how will I react if one of the bodies identified will be someone I know personally?
I have a work deadline to meet and if I die al kiddush Hashem (as a Jew in the Land of Israel) during this war, what will my soul experience?
I hear birds chirping and what will happen if Hezbollah opens a front in the North?
I should take a sweatshirt and please Hashem release the captives!
I shouldn’t forget to take my vitamins and will I ever see my relatives in America again?
I’m looking forward to the winter strawberries and cauliflower and we need a plumber who isn’t on miluim (reserve duty).
Have we bought enough bottled water for our war supply and I’ve been to the toilet five times this morning because that’s how I experience stress in my body.
I need to go to a medical appointment in Jerusalem and I’m going to say Tefillat haDerech (the prayer for protection while traveling) with extra kavanah (focused concentration).
These sheets need to be changed and what is I24 News reporting today?
I can’t keep up with my WhatsApp messages and are the hostages being tortured?
I have so much work to do and should I judge people who openly side with our enemies as malicious anti-Semites or merely misguided?
I need to charge my phone again and how are we supposed to understand the massive intelligence failure?
I need a shower and is this the war of Gog and Magog (the final war according to Biblical prophecy)?
This bread is moldy and I’m so proud of my people.