Resultados da Pesquisa "HAshana"
Question: I have a serious operation scheduled right before Rosh Chodesh Nissan and it might take me weeks to recover. During that time won’t be able to get out of bed for the whole month of Nissan at least. Can I say the Bracha on the trees just before Nissan? Or maybe can I say it right after Nissan when I can get out of the house?
Travelling before Pesach
Question: We live in Belgium and we are planning to come to Eretz Yisroel of Purim to visit family, stay for three weeks and then return to Belgium for Pesach. Do we need to do a Bedikat Chametz before we leave? If so, od we need to say a Bracha?
Learning Torah during Chazarat HaShatz
Question: To the Rabbi: In our Kehillah for Shacharit there have been big arguments lately. One part of the Tzibur are very Makpid on Daf Hayomi. If they are behind many of them will continue learning the Daf to catch up during Chazarat HaShatz. So, the other others by the Minyan got upset that they are not paying attention in to the Chazzan. The learners claim that anyway today there is no actual obligation for Chazarat HaShatz since we have siddurim everyone knows the Tefilla. Iven still they are answering Amen so there is a minyan answering. Are they allowed to continue or not?
Standing for the Brachot of the Megillah
Question: Shalom Rav! IN our bet Haknesset everyone stands when they say the Brachot of the Megillah. Then there is chaos s everyone moves their chairs and tries to sit and be quiet before he Chazzan starts the megillah. Do I actually need to stand up for the Brachot or can we just sit and listen and avoid the big confusion?
Rav Sanny para Rosh Hashaná
Rav Sanny no programa THE NOITE Para Rosh Hashaná
10 Things to Know About the Days Between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur
"Although repenting and calling out to G-d is always timely, it is especially auspicious during the ten days from Rosh Hashanah until Yom Kippur, and is immediately accepted" - 10 Things to Know About the Ten Days of Repentance
Candle-Lighting Times for Rosh Hashanah: September 9, 2018 | 5779
Rosh Hashanah Times for Major Cities Around the World: September 9, 2018 | 5779
Tashlich on Shmini Atzeret
Can one say Tashlich until Shmini Atzeret?
Blessing of Shehechiyanu on second day of Rosh Hashana
Why do we say the blessing of Shehechiyanu at Kiddush on the second day of Rosh Hashana on a new fruit that we haven’t yet eaten?
Forgot to say Psalms
On the Shabbat before Rosh Hashana, all the women in the shul undertook to finish the Book of Psalms together. I undertook to say as well but forgot to finish them. What should I do now?
Lighting candles on the second day of Rosh Hashana
Do we light candles on the second day of Rosh Hashana?
Combing hair on Rosh Hashana
אפשר לסרק את השיער בראש השנה?
Fasting on Rosh Hashana eve
Should one undertake to fast on Rosh Hashana eve?
Canceling the week of mourning
A mourner whose week of mourning ( Shiva ) will finish before Rosh Hashana. Will Rosh Hashana cancel the month of mourning ( Shloshim ) that follows?
Spicy foods on Rosh Hashana
May one eat spicy foods on Rosh Hashana? Or is it a custom not to?
Making Kiddush before shofar-blowing
Can a woman/girl make Kiddush and eat and drink after finishing the morning prayers of Rosh Hashana before reciting Mussaf and hearing the shofar-blowing?
Red food on Rosh Hashana
Is it permitted or forbidden to use red-colored foods on Rosh Hashana, such as tomato sauce and paprika?
O programa de culinária da Hidabroot Brasil Para Rosh Hashaná - Sobremesa
Shaná Tová e DELICIOSA Acompanhe os 4 vídeos para sua mesa de Jantar de Rosh Hashaná!
Se Preparar para Rosh Hashaná - O Segredo do Shofar
Essa semana O rabino nos prepara para Rosh Hashaná, explicando sobre o toque do Shofar
Salvções aparentemente impossíveis de acontecer, apareceram do nada
Gostaria de trazer perante a vocês, passagens do tanach, transmitindo o que aconteceu com certos personagens da história judaica, que suas salvações apareceram do " NADA ". Estas salvações aconteceram, por estarem mais conectadas com Hashem, ou por terem feito teshuvá sobre suas transgressões, ou pelo mérito de qualquer outra mitsvá cumprida, com a qual ganharam mérito de serem salvos.