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United As One: Pre-Rosh Hashanah Reflections

United As One: Pre-Rosh Hashanah Reflections

A Taste of Text—Nitzavim

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United As One: Pre-Rosh Hashanah Reflections: A Taste of Text—Nitzavim

How can we truly unite with another? Only by realizing that every person has a quality that is unique that only he or she can contribute.
Nitzavim
Rosh Hashanah, Nitzavim, Jewishness; Jewish Identity, Unity; Oneness, Nitzavim-Vayelech
Chana Weisberg is the editor of TheJewishWoman.org. She lectures internationally on issues relating to women, relationships, meaning, self-esteem and the Jewish soul. She is the author of five popular books.
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Katrina Hayward, Ca September 28, 2016

Thankful Thank you for "Taste of Text". They have inspired me to dwell more into the Torah on Chabad.org. Shalom Reply

Eula Irene /Brummett Bunting RFD, IL/ USA September 18, 2012

United as one I am not Jewish, but all my life I have felt as if I did not belong anywhere. This may sound strange but I see time after time that I do fit in with the Jewish studies. I understand what it is they are talking about and somehow "I get it" on this site, I have found a place where I finally fit in, and it feels good. I have tried to explain to my family members how I feel about all different things and I get that "look" that saying she if off her rocker again! What can we do for her? And where does this come from, is she one of us? But when I come and learn at this site somehow I get it, I fit in here! I find answers to the questions I have been asking all my life, thank you all once again and Happy Rosh Hashana! I will pray this special and ask G-d to Bless me also and expect great things also! Amen. Thank you all again. Reply

Mara Barsky Winnipeg, canada September 15, 2012

Love your videos As an educator, I want to thank you for the meaningful, clear delivery of your tutorials. Much appreciated. Very inspiring, motivating and educational, and at the same time feels like a spiritual experience. Have a sweet New Year. Reply

Justin J. Roth Staten Island, NY September 15, 2012

Thank You Chana! I have watched your "Taste of Text" series for quite a while now. Now and again, I go back and watch older videos from this series which I find particularly inspiring.
As you know, in just two more weeks, we will finish the yearly Parsha and start from Bereshis all over again. I hope that this video series will continue to be available on this website for many years to come. In fact, if you could do "A Taste of Text Series Two," which could offer additional insights into the weekly Parsha, that would be amazing!
Ms. Weisberg, you are a true inspiration. Whether or not you do a second series of "Taste of Text," I will be watching these videos for many years to come!
Shalom and I wish you and all your loved ones, as well as all Children of Israel to have a good and sweet new year and to be inscribed in The Book of Life for a healthy, successful year! Reply

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