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Tishrei, Month of

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Tishrei, Month of: Hebrew month corresponding to September-October; the High Holidays and Sukkot are celebrated during this month
A High Holiday Guide for those in the Fast Lane
If life is a space odyssey then the High Holidays are home base. That's where you came from, where you're directed from and where you return for full-service maintenance. Here's a guide to doing it on Planet Earth.
Tishrei, the first month of the Jewish year, bridges the summer and autumn months. It is a time for renewal and introspection as we begin a new year.
Give your own High Holiday experience a boost with these powerful photos
The images in this listicle are from a beautiful new book published by Jewish Educational Media (JEM). Tishrei in Lubavitch includes well over a hundred photos, taken between 1979 and 1984. Each opens a powerful window of discovery into what it was like t...
Awakening Consciousness and Mindfulness
The Month of Tishrei
Our sages teach that all sevens are special. Tishrei, the seventh month, is “saturated” with holidays and holiness. This month, we work on bringing down our spiritual and intellectual consciousness into all that we do.
The High Holidays Season – Sukkot & Simchat Torah
Re-enacting the Marriage between the Jew and G-d
The common theme contained in the High-Holidays and the festivals of Sukkot and Simchat Torah.
During services today, my three-year-old daughter ran into the shul, parading in my wife’s high-heeled shoes. She is presenting graphically what we are all trying to do emotionally and spiritually. She is working on elevating herself just a few inches.
Couldn't the Master Planner of these holidays space it out a bit more, giving us a bit of time to breathe and recuperate before the next one? Looks like time management is not high on the list of priorities there...
Do you work in order to holiday, or do you holiday in order to work?
High Holidays with the Rebbe - Introduction
Join us as we spend the "head" and nerve center of the Jewish year with the Rebbe
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