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Shabbat Shuvah

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Shabbat Shuvah: (lit. “the Sabbath of Repentance”); the Shabbat between Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur; also known as Shabbat Shuvah (from the first word of the Haftorah read on that day, beginning Hoshea 14:2)
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An Essay on Shabbat Shuvah
There is an essential problem in the combination of Shabbat and teshuvah.
One of the names of the Shabbos between Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur is Shabbos Teshuvah , the “Shabbos of Repentance,” since it is the Shabbos of the Aseres Yemei Teshuvah , the “Ten Days of Repentance,” that begin with Rosh HaShanah and conclude with Yo...
The Rambam statesHilchos Teshuvah 2:6. that although teshuvah , repentance, is always efficacious, it is even more so during the Aseres Yemei Teshuvah, the 10-day period of repentance that begins with Rosh HaShanah and concludes with Yom Kippur. For the v...
The majority of the verses of Parshas Haazinu — six of the seven sections — is taken up with Moshe’s Song, known as the Song of Haazinu.Rambam, Hilchos Sefer Torah 7:10, ch. 8 (under the heading, Sefer Eileh HaDevarim); Hilchos Temidin U’Musafin 6:9. The ...
The Torah portion Haazinu begins with Moshe saying:Devarim 32:1. “Listen heaven and I will speak; hear earth the words of my mouth.” The Sifri notesBeginning of Haazinu. that concerning heaven, Moshe used an expression denoting closeness, haazinu, while r...
The Torah portion Ha’azinu begins with Moshe saying:Devarim 32:1. “Listen heaven and I will speak; hear earth the words of my mouth.” The Sifri notesBeginning of Ha’azinu. that concerning heaven Moshe used an expression denoting closeness, ha’azinu , whil...
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