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Dancing in the Storm

There is a famous inspirational quote by Vivian Greene that says “Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass…It’s about learning to dance in the rain.” … 657 more words


'from the midst of the fire...'

Originally published 8/11/14, but again brought to mind in my studies. Very important and interesting…

There have been a few thoughts from this week’s Parsha, Va’etchanan (and I pleaded), running through my head that I want to share in a rough format.  953 more words

A Thought...

August 1, Deuteronomy 3:23–7:11 דְּבָרִׁים

Today’s Bible reading following God’s calendar… click links to read and/or listen and follow along in English and/or Hebrew.

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Va'etchanan (Deuteronomy 3:23 - 7:11), Shabbat Nachamu

Happy Tu B’Av!  If you recall Tu Bishvat and Tisha B’Av, you should be able to figure out that Tu B’Av means “15th day of the month of Av,” which is today, July 31, 2015.  1,103 more words

Parashah Va-ethchanan (I Pleaded) Deuteronomy 3:23 - 7:11

This parashah continues the First Discourse of Moshe, which is the chronology of the travels of the Israelites and starts to go into the Second Discourse, the foundations of the covenant. 807 more words


Psalm 14: "The fool says in his heart, 'There is no God' "

This is another Psalm of David. Most of the Psalm is dedicated to God looking down on a world of men who do not seek God. 398 more words


Va-etchannan: All in One

The most important sentence in Jewish liturgy appears in this week’s Torah portion, Va-etchannan (“and I pleaded”). Jews recite it daily in both morning and evening prayers.  1,134 more words

Torah Portion