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ROSH HASHANAH-Ha'azinu 5775
Vol. 11 No. 1, 26 Elul, 5774 - 3 Tishrei, 5775 / September 21 - 27, 2014
A note from the staff of Kabbalah Online in Tzefat
Welcome to our special Rosh Hashanah issue
to inaugurate the year 5775 After Creation and
KabbalaOnline's second decade of publication.

Six of the seven articles offer interesting mystical insights for the holiday.
The other is for the Weekly Torah Reading of "Listen Heaven, and... Hear O Earth" on Shabbat Shuva which this year immediately follows Rosh Hashana.
Next week: special YOM KIPPUR issue.

Bring in the New Year with KabbalaOnline-Shop. All Mezuzah cases are now on sale, as well as a beginner's price for tefilin. 10% any order of $50 or more from Kabbala for Beginners, free shipping on orders over $120.
Dedication
"Out with the old year and its curses! In with the new year and its blessings." Wishing all of our readers and all of the Jewish people:
a successful, lively, sweet and inspirational year
5775
 The Festival of Rosh Hashanah
Why Do We Blow the Shofar?

Ten major reasons why we blow the shofar.
 
Walk, Don't Fly

The path to righteousness must be traveled at the proper pace
Spiritual Throw-aways

On Rosh Hashana, do we really cast our sins into the water?
Seven Days of Return

Listen to the opportunity provided by Teshuvah!
The Surgical Uncoupling

Each year, when the shofar blows, man and G-d strive for a meeting of wills.
 Weekly Torah Reading
Israel: One Soul United

The Jewish nation is beyond the influence of the stars.
 Mystic Story
The Introduction

Crowds of people flocked to the shul and listened attentively as Rabbi Levi Yitzchok of Berditchev introduced the guest speaker.
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