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A basic overview of the scriptural and Talmudic sources for the three-part structure of the Rosh Hashanah Musaf prayer, plus its deeper meaning as embodied by two chassidic parables.

Kingship, Remembrances and Shofars

Kingship, Remembrances and Shofars

Analyzing the structure of the Rosh Hashanah Musaf

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Kingship, Remembrances and Shofars: Analyzing the structure of the Rosh Hashanah Musaf

A basic overview of the scriptural and Talmudic sources for the three-part structure of the Rosh Hashanah Musaf prayer, plus its deeper meaning as embodied by two chassidic parables.
Kingship, Remembrances and Shofars
Rosh Hashanah, Remembrance, Verses of, Shofar
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Anonymous USA February 11, 2013

The parable of the King sounds like us. We are His children, live in the spirit. Finally He sends us to the journey of the world. The second parable, very true. That is a story I can identify with. Our King is so good, patient, merciful and loving. He is our true Father. What a great feeling to think that we are prince and princess of the great king. Thank you Rabbi Yisroel Altein for a wonderful teaching. I loved it!! Many blessings to you and yours. Reply

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