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Every seven years – following the shemitah year – is a hakhel year; marked in Temple times by the king reading the Torah before all on Sukkot. Discover its significance and relevance today.
This class presents the mystical elements of the Jewish leap year; an extra month is added to compensate for the difference of days between the solar and lunar year.
Lyrics: Chorus: (HEBREW) Hakhel Es Ha'am. Unite the nation. HEBREW) Hakhel Es Ha'am. Unite the world. Reach across the cities Hands across the seas Heart beats together It's the sound of unity We're linked in a chain to change the world. When you feel the...
Lyrics: They packed their bags Took some stuff And got on horse and wagons Going to the Beis Hamikdash In Yerushalayim And there they saw The king stand Up on a wooden stage As from the Torah he read And this is what he said Listen folks what’s written he...
This class explains the deeper significance behind the mitzvah of Shemitah in relation to the release of debts.
This class discusses the spiritual dimension of the mitzvah of Shemitah relating to desisting from working the land.
A five minute weekly Torah thought based on the teachings of Chassidut.
The Torah portion of Pekudei brings the book of Exodus to a close; why does it end on such a “mundane” note – the accounting of the contributions for the sanctuary?
Faith is not a last resort of desperation: it’s an inherent faculty whose muscle needs to be exercised. Explore the dynamics of our inner faith.
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