Sinai, Sinai, Canonical Sinai

Sinai, Sinai, Canonical Sinai
Sinai, sometimes you are called Horev
The mountain Of God
A sacred spot where Divine and human come face to face with
To exchange covenantal relationship
And to be in solidarity with humanity’s socio-political realm.
O Sinai, Sinai, Canonical Sinai
Walking to reach you in order to exchange covenantal relationship with God,
Is not simple, easy and smooth
For the road is hilly and rocky
And one is commanded to walk barefooted
They say it is important to remove the sandals.
Because you’re a holy ground
And we are standing on a sacred ground,
Lest we trampled on other’s path.
Sinai, Sinai, canonical Sinai
As we begin threading our path, towards your peak,
May we take-off whatever that will prevent us to walk respect fully, humbly and gently
For we hope and hope to really meet God to exchange a covenant of love upon reaching your summit.
So that when we start going down from your peak,
May we become fully courageous to be part of God’s Action in history?