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The Mystery of Life–A Poem of Appreciation

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Life is a beautiful mystery that is mysteriously beautiful! Who is like You, God, Who could create all of this and give us the ability to appreciate it-- even people who don't live near mountains and hills as we do in Boulder, Colorado!

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Three Opportunities to Hear Rabbi Arik Ascherman

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Congregation Har HaShem is pleased to welcome Rabbi Arik Ascherman to Boulder for the weekend of May 22-24. Find out when and where you can hear him speak.

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I Think of You: A Poem for Shabbat, for Every Day, for Every Moment

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Called a zulat (after the Hebrew word meaning "but," "besides," "aside from," except," "other than"), this poem can be read on its own or preceding the line in the kriyat shema that goes "There is no God but [besides/aside from/except/other than] You"--Ayn Elohim zulatecha.

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Torah and Tea in Boulder

Boulder County Center for Judaism

Join other women at an intriguing and personal weekly Torah discussion of the practical and the mystical and its contemporary relevance.

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Speaking and Radiating

Boulder County Center for Judaism

This week's Torah portion begins with the verse; "G-d said to Moses, say to the Kohanim, the sons of Aharon and say to them..". Why does it say "say to.." the same people twice?

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Without Saying Why

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"Without Saying Why" is a liturgical poem that asks the reader to contemplate the uniqueness of God in a way that makes room for the whole kaboodle of life: the good, the bad, and the ugly.

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I Have Sought You

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This Jewish liturgical poem is intended to be read or recited before the Shabbat-morning nishmat prayer and is in the tradition of such poems in which the poet searches for God early in the morning, perhaps even before sunrise, when only birds are out and about.

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The Temple’s Dress Code

Rabbi Pesach Scheiner

In this week's Torah portion we learn about the special clothing the Cohens (Priests) and High Priest had to wear when serving in the Temple.

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Shabbat Potluck and Game Night

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Adventure Rabbi's 20's and 30's group is hosting a Shabbat potluck dinner and game night this Friday February 27th at 6:00 pm and you should come!

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