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Shabbat Chazon

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Shabbat Chazon: (lit. "Sabbath of Vision"); the Shabbat before Tishah BeAv, so called because of the passage “Chazon” (Isaiah 1:1) read for the Haftorah
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A commentary on the haftarah for Shabbat Chazon
This Shabbat is called Shabbat Chazon (Shabbat of Vision), named for the haftorah, the vision of Isaiah. The Torah reading starts with a rebuke of the Jewish people, Moses lectures them on many of their failings. It ends, however, on a positive note. Mose...
A commentary on the haftarah for Shabbat Chazon
We always read the portion of Devarim on the Shabbat before 9 Av. For the haftorah, we read Chazon Yeshayahu (Vision of Isaiah), which gives this Shabbat its name: Shabbat Chazon. When Shabbat Chazon coincides with 9 Av, the fast is pushed to Sunday. When...
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On the Shabbat before the Ninth of Av, we are granted a vision of the third Temple. But what is the point of this vision, if we do not experience it consciously? And what exactly is it that we see?
Imagine if everyone saw you as you really are, as you see yourself. And you looked at everyone else and saw them as they see themselves. Our world would be a very different place, wouldn't it?
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