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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 2

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Making the Machzor an Open Book 2: Rosh Hashanah Prayers: part 2

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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katrin Germany September 3, 2013

Wow. Thank you. Since I picked this shiur apart for the last almost three hours with my own machsor on my lap the least I can do is leave a comment saying thanks to you for sharing. I must say I can understand why the students wanted to split this shiur in two. My head is about to explode after only the second part (I learned part 1 yesterday). This is a good thing though :) as I learned a LOT. And also, those little stories that you always throw in are so interesting. I didn't know about Rabbi Ben Yitzchak (mentioned in part 1). I don't live far from Mainz so this was interesting to hear, too. All in all heavy stuff, but, with your way of presenting classes this have been joyous three hours of learing. Thank you, and may you have a good new year! Reply

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