Tag: Rosh HaShanah

Hebrew Year 5781 (2021 AD): Aleph in Pey | Silence in the Mouth Part 2

He was oppressed, and he was afflicted, yet he opened not his mouth… Isaiah 53:7 Silence of the Lambs In Part 1: “5781 (2020 AD) A Year to Widen Your Mouth in Silence, we discussed how the prophetic meaning and what we can expect from this next Hebrew year is wrapped up nicely as a

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Hebrew Year 5781 (2021): A Year to Widen Your Mouth in Silence | What to Expect Part 1

To this very day, everything I do, everything I’ve done speaks of him. It was in the silence that I heard your voice. “Silence” If we could sum up the prophetic meaning of this next Hebrew year in just one movie it’s this one. The 2016 film “Silence” directed by Martin Scorsese, based on a

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Have You Confessed With Your Mouth? Repent in the Days of Awe

“Light is sown for the righteous, and for the upright in heart—joy.” Yom Tov, a festive day; for although we stand prepared to be judged in the supernal courtroom for our deeds of the past year, we are confident that God is a merciful judge, and will decree a year of life, health and prosperity

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How Do You Walk with God? Hatznei’a in the Days of Awe

Hatznei’a…, “Walk discreetly with your God” One must take care not to be conspicuous or ostentatious in the slightest. It is said, “Man should always be artful in piety.” The artfulness lies in seeing that his piety not be noticed at all. We know that a number of the early Chassidim concealed their true selves,

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How Well Do You Know Him? B’chol in the Days of Awe

B’chol…, “In all your ways, know Him.” A person who sets his heart and mind to observe all that happens to him and around him, will perceive Godliness tangibly in evidence. Men of affairs have an advantage over secluded scholars, in that the former can witness actual manifestations of Godliness. This form of the service

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