Shofar Concepts

The Call For Clarity – Shofar Concepts The commandment is to hear the sound of the Shofar. From the Shema we know that hearing in Judaism means to understand. The call of the Shofar is the sound that wakes us up, so that we’ll make a choice

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Shofar

WELCOME TO EVERYONE! Thank all of you for joining us, new faces, old faces, this is a very special time for myself and family and we are glad you are a part of it. Too many to mention – TRULY SPECIAL THANKS TO everyone who helped us

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Rosh Hashana 2008

1.       Opening Night a.       Nothing you can do for G-d.  No martyr – mentality or “suffering servant.”  Everything we do “religiously”  we do for ourselves — charity, truth, justice, happiness, forgiveness – G-d doesn’t “need” you to do that, YOUR life will be better, YOU will be happier if you are a

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Why Judgment

RH is day of Judgment – to stand trial – wouldn’t it hep if we knew exactly what we are being judged on? Firstly – RH is NOT about reward and punishment.   We are NOT asking for another year of life as a reward for being good. So

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Shofar

Thank all of you for joining us, new faces, old faces, this is a very special time for myself and family and we are glad you are a part of it. TRULY SPECIAL THANKS TO SEENA ELBAUM – REALLY CAME THRU Thank our sponsors – Wachs Family,

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Rosh Hashana Talks

Welcome and intro The holy shleppers that pose as Chasidim and the leader heals the daughter.                                                                i.      Sometimes we feel like shleppers, our actions are lowly and we feel like bums in the strett, but if we cry out from the depth of our hearts, we too can

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The Sound Of The Shofar

Welcome again, about to blow the shofar – the mitzvah action of the day! What is the big deal about this sound? Even the wording of the mitzvah is strange – listen to the “voice” of the shofar? Judaism is an honest religion – describe ourselves as Stiff necked

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Tashlich – Humor

On Rosh Hashana there is a ceremony called Tashlich. Jews traditionally go to the ocean (or a stream or river), pray, and then throw bread crumbs onto the water, to symbolically rid themselves of their transgressions. Some people have been known to ask what kind of bread crumbs should they

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