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Jewish Holidays

Unexpected Visitors We Encounter in the Machzor

September 21, 2012, by

Rabbi Weil discusses themes we encounter in the Machzor including the 13 Middos, Akeida, Yom Teruah, Eim Sisera, Zechariah, Rachel, Shofar Gadol, Chana, & the Seir HaMishtaleach, and how both the Living & the Dead are Judged. Download the Source Sheet.

Haftorahman: Rosh HaShanah Day 2

September 17, 2012, by

In Jeremiah Chapter 31 the prophet urges the Jews, who are going into exile to return to God so that He will show mercy on us on this day of judgement. Haftorahman brings you a shiur on this Shabbat’s Haftarah from the Book of Prophets, explaining it in a dynamic and exciting way, making learning […]

Haftorahman: Rosh Hashanah Day 1

September 16, 2012, by

The link between the Torah reading & Haftarah: Abraham, Sarah, Chana’s prayers are answered & they give birth. Like birth, Rosh HaShanah is a new beginning. Haftorahman brings you a shiur on this Shabbat’s Haftarah from the Book of Prophets, explaining it in a dynamic and exciting way, making learning the Haftarah a fun and […]

Coming of Age: Rosh Hashana

September 12, 2012, by

It may seem like the easiest thing in the world—delivering a bar mitzvah speech on Rosh Hashanah. The obvious parallel to bar mitzvah—a new year, a new beginning—would seem to render any further discussion superfluous. But dig beneath the observable surface, and perhaps there is still much to analyze and discuss. More than simply the […]

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