Tag Archives: Shabbat

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

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

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

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

"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

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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Building a Home for G-d

In this week's Torah portion, we learn about the commandment to build a sanctuary in which G-d's presence will rest and be felt.

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Jail vs Fines?

This week's Torah portion discusses many civil wars such as the punishment for stealing, kidnapping, physical assault etc.

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Learning How to Sing

In this week's Torah portion, we learn about G-d splitting the sea for the Jews to walk on dry land and then reverting the water back to its original state to drown the Egyptians.

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Rabbi Moshe Scheiner to Speak in Boulder this Shabbat

Rabbi Moshe Scheiner will fly from the Land of Sand and Money, Palm Beach Florida, to share personal experiences and insights in his unique and captivating style on Saturday, January 24.

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The Quintessential Speaker

In this week's Torah Portion, we learn about Moses being given the mission to warn Pharaoh of the punishments he would receive if he did not free the Jewish people.

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