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Mishnas Chayim – Rosh HaShana: Fear Itself

September 8, 2009, by

Powerful Example: In pre-exile times, the Jewish people were governed according to the Torah and its system of justice. One aspect of this system was the administering of capital punishment for certain most grievous transgressions. Read the text version

The First Mass Teshuva Movement

September 25, 2008, by

A Look at Sefer Bamidbar, when an entire nation of people became Baalei Teshuva. Lessons learned to incorporate into the time of reflection prior to Rosh Hashana. Presented by Rabbi Steve Burg, NCSY International Director at Yeshiva University on September 24, 2008.

Musaf Rosh Hashana

September 25, 2008, by

The structure and philosophy of Musaf Rosh Hashana. Esther Wein’s new shiur for Rosh Hashana.

Tzimmes Meets Tajine – Sumptuous Stews to Sweeten the New Year

September 25, 2008, by

Tzimmes is a specialty of Ashkenazi Jews, while tajines come from Morocco. Although they have such different origins, these slow-cooked entrees share many qualities. Both make festive fare for Rosh Hashanah. “Don’t make such a tzimmes out of it!” was my parents’ typical response to my childhood complaints when they meant not to make such […]

High Holiday Baking

September 25, 2008, by

Cakes, cookies and breads that I bake for the Holidays, I bake only for the Holidays. Except for testing out recipes, that is. In this way, my High Holiday baked goods are cherished on two levels: First, my family looks forward to these special foods that come just once a year. And second, I have […]