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Ari discovers that multiple connections have their limitations—especially when attempting to achieve at-oneness.

Yom Kippur Connect

Yom Kippur Connect

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Yom Kippur Connect

Ari discovers that multiple connections have their limitations—especially when attempting to achieve at-oneness.
Yom Kippur, Fasting

Actually, there’s one question Ari brought up that doesn’t get answered here. I’m sure you must have caught that.

So write a Reader Comment and tell me what you think the answer is. Maybe I can make another KToon about it.

Written and conceived by Tzvi Freeman. Rabbi Freeman is available for public speaking and workshops. Read more on his bio page.
Music by The Piamentas
Rabbi Infinity played by Andrew Torres
Animation and SFX by Pilar Newton of Pilar Toons
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Gary Taylor Belfast October 2, 2016

Great lesson....at one ment...let's get connected. Reply

Veronica Strangio October 3, 2014

Terrific! Well produced, simple message. Reply

Tzvia Israel October 2, 2014

So very cute! Especially the "at one ment"at the end Reply

Rabbi Infinity Undisclosed September 11, 2013

Re: Ari's Question Ideally it's both: A synagogue on a mountaintop. A.k.a. the Temple Mount.

If by Yom Kippur, we still don't have that up and running, we'll have to settle for one or the other. Reply

Yosef Illinois September 11, 2013

Ari's Question So why don't we pray on a mountaintop?
Why must it be in a shul? Reply

Rabbi Tzvi Freeman via mychabad.org September 29, 2012

Re: More of Ari We've got a five-part series starring Ari coming up soon! Stay tuned! Reply

ktoonsfan September 27, 2012

i love this ari guy, can we get more of him? Reply

hindo madrid September 24, 2012

bh
So why is davening and connecting in shul better than doing so on a mountaintop? Reply

Luzer Hakeller L.A, U.S.A September 16, 2012

Why won't you make some posts on the comment thing I love your shows, but why won't you post here on this thing? Reply

Mushki ny September 15, 2012

Nice I love kaballa toons

but why did they have to put a non- kosher animal. We know it is mashpia onm our connection point.... Reply

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