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From Yom Kippur to Sukkot

From Yom Kippur to Sukkot...

Temple Talk Radio: From Yom Kippur to Sukkot: Renewal, Joy, and Prophecy Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman for The Temple Institute, Jerusalem, Israel: «The Sukkah: Escaping into the Divine Embrace Ushpizin (Guests) in the Sukkah and the Divine Attributes. The joyous festival of Sukkot is approaching, and the hosts of Temple Talk prepare to head into their temporary booths, to bask in the radiance of the Divine Presence...
Yom Kippur Blessings

Yom Kippur Blessings...

Leviticus 16; Numbers 29:7-11 || Isaiah 57:14 – 58:14 || Leviticus 18:1-30; entirely Jona; Micha 7:18-20 Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman for The Temple Institute, Jerusalem, Israel: «Yom Kippur is a chance to start anew and rewrite our own history with G-d’s blessing. If only we believe in ourselves as much as G-d believes in us, we can not only change our own lives, but change the world, as well»…more: Gemar...
Jom Kippur and Sukkot Video Commentary

Jom Kippur and Sukkot Video Commentary...

◄ click here for Sukkot Sameach greeting card and use for free Video Commentary by Rabbi Richman for The Temple Institute, Jerusalem: „Yom Kippur, the awesome day of atonement is the Holy of Holies in the dimension of time and soul, the one day of the year in which we can enter our innermost holy sanctum of self, and reemerge, not only unscathed, but cleansed and renewed. Our future and our past is ours to write...
Parashat HaAzinu – Yom Kippur and Sukkoth Video Commentary

Parashat HaAzinu – Yom Kippur and Sukkoth Vi...

Deutoronomy 32 || 2 Samuel 22 Video Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman for The Temple Institute, Jerusalem: „Yom Kippur, the awesome day of atonement is the Holy of Holies in the dimension of time and soul, the one day of the year in which we can enter our innermost holy sanctum of self, and reemerge, not only unscathed, but cleansed and renewed. Our future and our past is ours to write and rewrite, if we but dare...
Parashat Vayelech and Shabbat Shuva Video Commentary

Parashat Vayelech and Shabbat Shuva Video Commenta...

Deutoronomy 31 || Hosea 14:2-10; Micha 7:18-20; Yoel 2:15-27 Video Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman for The Temple Institute, Jerusalem: „It is Moshe’s last day on earth, and as he prepares to part from his beloved people, he also relays to Israel the final two commandments of Torah: the once-every-seven-years Hakhel gathering of all Israel for the reading of the entire Torah by the king of Israel in the...
Yom Kippur

Yom Kippur...

Erev Yom Kippur: Kol Nidre (this year Friday Night Oct. 3) Kol Nidre – by Neil Diamond Yom Kippur: Lev. 16:1-34; Numbers 29:7-11; Isaiah 57:14–58:14; Lev. 18:1-30; Micha 7:18-20; Book Jona The Meaning of the Book of Life – by Rabbi Richman, Jerusalem: „Time is the marking of change. What folly it is to let time change us by not using time to change ourselves: G-d has blessed us with this year, this...
Yom Kippur

Yom Kippur...

Erev Yom Kippur: Kol Nidre (this year Friday Night Sept. 13) Kol Nidre – by Neil Diamond Yom Kippur: Lev. 16:1-34; Numbers 29:7-11; Isaiah 57:14–58:14; Lev. 18:1-30; Micha 7:18-20; Book Jona The Meaning of the Book of Life – by Rabbi Richman, Jerusalem: „Time is the marking of change. What folly it is to let time change us by not using time to change ourselves: G-d has blessed us with this year,...
Parashat HaAzinu Shabbat Readings and Commentary

Parashat HaAzinu Shabbat Readings and Commentary...

Deut. 32:1 -52; 2. Samuel 22:1-51 Pullout of the Commentary by Michael Schneider, Jerusalem: This week’s portion is the last before the yearly reading cycle of the five books of Moses, the Torah, begins again. It is a one-chapter portion that speaks of the „Song of Moses.“ The first Song of Moses was the „Song of the Sea“ when the people of Israel miraculously crossed the Reed Sea. . . ....
Yom Kippur

Yom Kippur...

Erev Yom Kippur: Kol Nidre Yom Kippur: Lev. 16:1-34; Numbers 29:7-11; Isaiah 57:14–58:14; Lev. 18:1-30; Micha 7:18-20; Book Jona Avinu Malkeinu: Our Father, Our King Abstract of the commentary by Michael Schneider, Jerusalem Commentary: Already on sunset it starts. Neither eating or drinking is permitted till next sunset. “Also the tenth day of this seventh month shall be the Day of Atonement. It shall be a holy...
Parashat Shabbat SHUVA VaYelech Readings and Commentary

Parashat Shabbat SHUVA VaYelech Readings and Comme...

Deuteronomy 31; Hosea 14:2-10; Micha 7:18-20; Yoel 2,15-27 Greeting cards for Yom Kippur, free download, click here > With The Burning Bush the story of Moses began, today we are approaching the end of his farewell-story. In German Synagogues it’s usal to sing a farewell Sabbath Song, the „Adon Olam“, at the end of every Shabbatmorning ministry in order to protect us from forgetting that He is the „Lord...

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