Yom Kippur

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Live Webcast: Jewish Television Network Kol Nidre Service

Join Jewish Television Network and Wilshire Boulevard Temple for a LIVE webcast of Kol Nidre service. September 21, 2007 at 4:45 pm Pacific Time / 7:45 pm Eastern http://link.brightcove.com/services/link/bcpid533363107/bctid331187323 or http://www.jewishtvnetwork.com/?bcpid=533363107&bctid=331187323 Keep Reading

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…asking G-d for forgiveness…

Excerpted from Aish.com: On Yom Kippur the opportunity to re-experience God’s love for us is greater than it is at any other time. What that means is that God makes it possible to break down the most resilient barrier that we can erect separating us from our Father — the barrier of sin. The word… Keep Reading

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The Month of Elul

“I have set before you life and death . . Therefore, choose life, that both you and your seed may live.” –Deuteronomy 30:8 I want to live more than anything, I want to know life and a life full of love and prayer and obedience to HaShem. I suppose you can say that I live… Keep Reading

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Haveil Havalim #95 – Thanksgiving Edition

“Hinei ma tov uma na’im shevet achim gam yachad.” “Behold, how good and how pleasant it is to be united like brothers and sisters in one family and one community.” — Psalm 133:1 Folks, I am pleased to host this edition of Haveil Havalim, the weekly round up of posts from all over the JBlogosphere.… Keep Reading

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Kristillnact, 1938

Folks, everyone knows about Munich, September 1938. What happened? Britain and France generously donated a big slice of Czechoslovakia to Hitler, in exchange for “peace with honor,” “peace in our time”. What followed? Kristillnacht – in November of 1938. What caused Kristillnact besides the irrational hatred of Jews? Appeasement. Appeasement doesn’t merely fail to prevent… Keep Reading

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