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Month of Shevat

The Month of Shevat and the Law that Food Must be in Front of the Individual While Reciting a Blessing

Next Wednesday (actually, beginning from next Tuesday night) will mark the Fifteenth of Shevat or Tu Bishvat. 800 more words

Sephardic

Poetry: Vibrations

The earth has music for those
who listen. ~Santayana

Around midnight, I ask again,
“Do you hear it?” It’s not the engines
from McClellan Field, nor the purr of the frig, 111 more words

Books Poetry Lit

EL MESÍAS SUFRIMIENTO EN WRIT SAGRADO JUDÍA

EL MESÍAS SUFRIMIENTO EN WRIT SAGRADO JUDÍA
De acuerdo con las Escrituras y Sabios de Israel
Por el Rabino Bruce L. Cohen © 2001… 3,265 more words

Aramaic

Coffee and Theology Podcast: Episode 2 – Aramaic Sayings in the Gospel of Mark (Part 1)

We’re at it again! Episode two of Coffee and Theology is here, and we’re talking about code-switching.

On a day to day basis Jesus spoke in Aramaic, yet of all the words he spoke less than a handful are recorded by Mark in their original form. 60 more words

Gospel Of Mark

Coffee and Theology Podcast: Episode 2 – Aramaic Sayings in the Gospel of Mark (Part 1)

We’re at it again! Episode two of Coffee and Theology is here, and we’re talking about code-switching.

On a day to day basis Jesus spoke in Aramaic, yet of all the words he spoke less than a handful are recorded by Mark in their original form. 60 more words

New Testament

Nishmath Kol Hai

Nishmath Kol Hai is recited on the Sabbath day, and dates back to the 1st century CE: 644 more words

Aramaic