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Jewish Holidays

Teshuva: One Small Step

September 10, 2021, by

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The Urgency of Teshuva

September 10, 2021, by

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Time to Get Serious – Really!

November 5, 2020, by

Always, a person should see oneself as half guilty and half meritorious.  Perform one mitzvah and he should rejoice!  He has tipped his scale to the side of merit.  Perform one sin, woe to him!  He has tipped his scale to guilt.  [This is] as it says: And one sinner destroys much good.  [This means […]

Yom Kippur: Aleinu 4-5

September 25, 2020, by

DO WE REALLY KNOW? ככתוב בתורתו: וידעת היום והשבת אל לבבך כי ה’ הוא האלוקים… …as it is written in His Torah: “You are to know this day and take to your heart that Hashem is the only G-d…” ***** Knowing that “ ה’ הוא האלוקים –Hashem Hu HaElokim (Hashem is the only G-d)” must […]

Haftarah Helper: Shabbat Shuva (Ashkenaz)

Download PDF Hosea 14:2-10, Joel 2:15-27 Always read on Shabbat between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, this Haftarah calls for repentance and shows its practical effects.  This Shabbat is named “Shabbat Shuva” after its Haftarah’s opening word: Hosea 14:2 הושע י״ד:ב Return, O Israel, to the Lord your God, for you have stumbled in your […]