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A basic analysis of the "objective" of Rosh Hashanah, and why we combine the petition for G-d to be our King with personal requests – a review of the story of Chana.

Rosh Hashanah Class

Rosh Hashanah Class

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Rosh Hashanah Class

A basic analysis of the "objective" of Rosh Hashanah, and why we combine the petition for G-d to be our King with personal requests – a review of the story of Chana.
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sarah Toronto September 21, 2014

Thank you as always - was looking for a way IN to Rosh Hashanah this year, how to enter new, connected, real; how to link myself with Hashem. Thank you. Reply

baruch epstein chicago, il October 3, 2011

Entity The basic idea is that only via the distinctive human capacity of intelligence - beginning with the power of imagination, the ability to consider that there is more than oneself - can there be genuine transformative growth. An animal can be "trained" and can learn new tricks, yet can only act from self aware instinct. A sweet New Year Reply

Estelle Coffino Stony Point, NY September 29, 2011

Rosh Hahana Thank you for this inspirational lecture. I gained so much insight into this beautiful holiday Reply

Elena montreal, Quebec via chabadofkirkland.com September 29, 2011

Entity I have a question about this message.
If everything else but humans are considered a single entity because they do not evolve, how is that true for animals? If animals within time do evolve?!

Or maybe i should be asking, what do you mean by a single entity? Reply

Brenda Aldridge Auckland, New Zealand September 9, 2010

Rosh HaShana Thankyou very much. I really enjoyed this teaching. Reply

Kevin September 9, 2010

informative and inspiring thank you, just what i was looking for to summarize the essence of Rosh Hashanah. Reply

L. Moultrie Atlanta, Georgia September 4, 2010

Excellent Lecture I listened to your lecture for the second time today. Each time I gain more understanding of the joyous celebration of Rosh HaShana. Thank you very much, may you be continually strengthened in your endeavors. Reply

Micha Soman Jerusalem, Israel September 3, 2010

Great lecture Thanks for a really uplifting lecture. Reply

Joelle Guelph, ON Canada September 22, 2009

Rosh HaShana Class Thank you for your teaching. I enjoyed listening to your lecture... Reply

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