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Remembrance, Verses of

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Analyzing the structure of the Rosh Hashanah Musaf
A basic overview of the scriptural and Talmudic sources for the three-part structure of the Rosh Hashanah Musaf prayer, plus its deeper meaning as embodied by two chassidic parables.
Why is everything determined on an annual basis? Can’t an eternal and infinite G‑d plan a little further in advance? According to Kabbalah, once a year G‑d loses interest in His creation pastime . . .
Judgment may be frightening for the ego, but it's very reassuring for the self: it tells me that G-d cares about my choices and that I make a difference in this world
Attah Zocher Ma'asay Olam
On the awesome day of Rosh Hashanah, G-d shifts into transcendent mode. "The Throne of Judgment," our sages call it. Our mission: to re-awaken the flow of energy to the cosmos. To re-engage G-d
Other than the mitzvah of blowing the shofar on Rosh Hashanah, perhaps the most important observance of the day is found in the Rosh Hashanah Musaf prayers. Ordinarily, the Musaf prayer contains seven blessings: the standard three opening and three closin...
Is Rosh Hashanah a day of prayer or shofar?
In addition to sounding the shofar, the Talmud discusses the role of reciting verses of kingship, remembrance, and shofar. Join an in-depth analysis of the Talmudic discussion and two different understandings of the relation between these verses and the s...
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