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Discover the incredible code of “majesty, memory and symphony” woven into the tapestry we call the Rosh Hashanah service. Gain valuable insight into the timeless meaning “prayer induced renewal”.

Making the Machzor an Open Book

Making the Machzor an Open Book

Rosh Hashanah Prayers: part 1

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Making the Machzor an Open Book 1: Rosh Hashanah Prayers: part 1

Discover the incredible code of “majesty, memory and symphony” woven into the tapestry we call the Rosh Hashanah service. Gain valuable insight into the timeless meaning “prayer induced renewal”.
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Anonymous SF, Ca September 9, 2014

very informative class! Thank you! Can you direct me to the actual text of the talmud that you referenced in the beginning about the four new years? Thank you! Reply

D Gorkin Brooklyn, NY September 6, 2010

Beautiful What a pleasure to listen to this class.
I used it as a basis for a high school class I am teaching in preparation for Yom Tov.

Thank you for your clarity, creativity and depth and breadth of information. A gut gebentched yohr! Reply

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