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How to Give a Hand

Letters and Numbers of Torah - Acharei

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How to Give a Hand: Letters and Numbers of Torah - Acharei

Before the scapegoat was taken into the wilderness, “Aaron the High Priest placed his hands upon its head and confessed all the sins of the Jewish People." (Leviticus 16:21) The verse is written "yado" meaning "his hand," the way we recite it, however, is "yadav," meaning "his hands."
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J.Chauxner America the Beautiful February 10, 2014

Love is *very attractive because it is shows up unannounced It's simply "kind" and lovely to have the inclination to lift up another. Sometimes lifting up hits some later privately, and other times it makes it known before all, but the hand out od no where STILL is one of the most impactful unforgetable meetings. Love's first glance.

Love ROCKS! Reply

Catherine New York May 3, 2012

thank you Very inspirational.... and you gave me a reason to continue helping someone who is making it very difficult to continue helping her.

I guess there are no coincidences. Reply

Rabbi Raskin looks at the hidden meanings of the sizes and numerical values (gematria) of the Hebrew letters in the weekly Torah portion.
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