Selah is a Hebrew word which means “to stop and listen” or “to pause and think”. So how do you, ‘stop and listen’ or ‘pause and think’?
I realised that my Selah moments almost always included my hands (drawing). The lines, the scribbles, the ‘sckwiggles’, the doodles were ways to pause, to reflect and focus on the thought. Here are some Selah moments captured in ink.
Children have the ability to express themselves freely even before they learn words. So Selah moments in ink are definitely expressions when words are not enough. To see some of my children’s Selah moments please click the link ‘Nadira’ or ‘Aradhya’. For my Selah Moments click S.
In the section Selah Suggestions you will find guides to help yourself and/or your little one ‘pause and listen’. Click the image below to see helpful guides.