This piece is part of a series on the weekday morning liturgy. Birchot HaShachar is the first section of the morning service. During this time of day, we are just waking up to the many sights, sounds, and textures of the physical world and we give thanks to God for each of them.
This crazy quilt is made of fabrics of many different colors, weights, and textures to represent the sensory overload we experience upon waking as well as our thankfulness for the ability to experience all our senses in this physical world. The quilting lines meander through the piece and converge at the top to represent our movement through this part of the morning service to a place where we are more able to speak with God.
Approx. 23″ x 29″
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