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Holiness in time and space; an introduction to the festival of Rosh Hashanah

Days of Awe: What Makes a Day Holy?

Days of Awe: What Makes a Day Holy?

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Holiness in time and space; an introduction to the festival of Rosh Hashanah
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Michal Evenari Tittling, Germany July 4, 2006

I can bring out Godliness, wherever I live?! I am living far away from our Kehilla. 80 km. In a litte and unimportant place. Every Jew until now told me, that as an observant Jew I cannot stay Jewish all on my own. Because of age and health reasons I have to live in the Bavarian Forest, near the Czechian and Austrian border, in my son's house with Christian wife and grandchildren. I am their only Jewish Influence. I live observant, have a kosher kitchen and shomeret Shabbat. I love Hashem, especially after my husband died.

I was always so sad, that there is no way to get away from this 'lost place'. After this Audio I am not so sure any more. Can it be possible that Hashem wants me here, to bring out the "Godliness"? As I was a Christian myself, I have no difficulty talking with them. and explain what it means to be a Jew. Could it really be, that the place I am staying, is chosen by Hashem for me to bring out Godliness? I would be so glad. It is nearly unbelievable. But I understood this in the audio. Thank you so much!!! Reply

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