The Gift of the Manna: Having What We Need
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The Gift of the Manna: Having What We Need

Karen Berg
May 14, 2016

It was in the month of Taurus (Iyar in Hebrew) that the Israelites first received the manna in the desert. The manna, which would fall from the heavens, tasted like whatever the Israelites wanted it to taste like. If a person wanted a rib-steak, for example, the manna would taste like a rib-steak. It is also said for the people who felt a certainty, the manna fell at their door, while the others had to go and find their manna a little further away.

What’s the message here for us now? If we have certainty in our connection to the Infinite Light inside of us, then we can rest assured that the upper worlds will always provide for us, and that we will be given all that we need.