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The High Holidays are often approached with fear, but a closer look reveals an inner core of divine intimacy along with human empowerment and illumination.

Our Father, Our King

Our Father, Our King

Merging intimacy and awe in the High Holiday prayers

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Our Father, Our King: Merging intimacy and awe in the High Holiday prayers

The High Holidays are often approached with fear, but a closer look reveals an inner core of divine intimacy along with human empowerment and illumination.
Rosh Hashana Texts
High Holidays, Machzor, G-d and Man, Awe of G-d, Yom Kippur, Rosh Hashanah
Dr. Tali Loewenthal is Lecturer in Jewish Spirituality at University College London, director of the Chabad Research Unit, author of Communicating the Infinite: The Emergence of the Habad School and a frequent contributor to the Chabad.org weekly Torah reading section.
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Anonymous carlisle September 28, 2016

Thank you for sharing and explaining in such great detail. I enjoyed this discussion. Reply

Nada M Karam Sydney Australia September 22, 2014

Thank you. i feel so enriched by the wisdom and clarity in which you taught me today. I love the fact that you claim "My Father My King!" that says it all for me.
thank you I feel well fed if i may use this word. my soul is lifted high rejoicing in my Father and my King. I love It!!!!! Reply

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