If you ever have the privilege of seeing some of the world’s most beautiful mountains, you will be aware of the great power and beauty they possess. Standing tall and magnificent, they are kings of the sky and of the earth. But interestingly, mountains, even the greatest ones, are comprised of many little stones. We talk about this on the holiday of Yom Kippur. A stone is comprised of the same elements, the same essence, as the mountain from which it came. When a mere stone returns to the mountain, the stone, once again, becomes that mountain. We too are like that stone. We are children of the Creator and distance from Him can cause us to forget our own divinity. But indeed, we are a spark of the Creator. We are His essence and we are holy. The Torah teaches that the High Priest wore a plate that read, “Holy to the Lord.” We should not think that only the High Priest garnered this title. Each and every one of us are “Holy to the Lord.” Our spiritual journey, as little stones, is to become aware of our inner divinity and make that journey back to the mountain, reclaiming our Divine Inheritance. This week, the cosmos supports us in seeing this truth. The time has come to claim our Holy Spark within and awaken the Creator that has lain dormant inside for far too long.