Resultados da Pesquisa "HAshana"
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.
Studying for a biology test on Rosh Hashana
I began a very important biology course and have to pass a test that contains a large amount of material that I don’t know. The test will be on Thursday after Rosh Hashana and they expect us to study for it the whole week if we hope to succeed. Can I study for the test during the holiday? (The holiday and Shabbat are three consecutive days this year so I really don’t have much time for studying…)
Buying a knife on Rosh Hashana eve
Is the custom to buy a new knife before a festival a proper custom? What is the source for it?
Reciting psalms on Rosh Hashana
I heard it is important to read the Book of Psalms twice on Rosh Hashana because the 300 psalms numerologically equals kaper (atonement). If I join a group that is reciting the entire Book of Psalms on one day, is that considered as if I said the entire book or do I have to say the whole Book of Psalms by myself?
Making bracelets on Rosh Hashana
May one make bracelets from beads and strings including tying them together on Rosh Hashona?
Bathing on Rosh Hashana
I want to know if it is permitted to take a bath on Rosh Hashana.
Fish head instead of sheep head
If a Sephardi wants to eat a sheep head instead of a fish head, is he allowed or is there some problem? I understood that an animal head is better — is it an obligation or just another possibility?
Preparing for the second day of Rosh Hashana on the first
May one take challahs out of the freezer on the first day of Rosh Hashana so one can use them on the second day of Rosh Hashana?
Wearing tefillin on Rosh Hashana
Do we put on tefillin on Rosh Hashana?
The Rosh Hashana simanim
When we say the short prayer (the “Yehi Rotzon”) before eating the Rosh Hashana simanim , do we say G-d’s Name in it or not?
Shaná Tová e deliciosa! As receitas, e a dicas de mesa Kasher para Rosh Hashaná
Shaná Tová e deliciosa! As receitas, e a dicas de mesa Kasher para Rosh Hashaná Aqui vem a receita de Challah para Shabat e para Rosh Hashaná
O programa de culinária da Hidabroot Brasil Para Rosh Hashaná - Challah agula
Shaná Tová e DELICIOSA Acompanhe os 4 vídeos para sua mesa de Jantar de Rosh Hashaná!
‘A Second Chance’ - By Rabbi Yoel Gold featuring Baruch Levine & Shimi Weitzhandler
G-d believes in our ability to become great and therefore gives us a second chance. Embrace the opportunity this Rosh Hashanah
How to Open a Pomegranate the Easy Way
Are you getting your pomegranates ready for Rosh Hashanah? Learn how to open pomegranates fast and easy without making a mess
Fish head on Rosh Hashana
Must one have a fish head for Rosh Hashana or can one use something else?
Hotel stay on Rosh Hashana
I am a 62-year old woman who suffers from heart disease and diabetes. I always used to host my family but from holiday to holiday it has been getting harder and I feel exhausted while hosting them and afterwards. Someone suggested that I travel with a synagogue group to a kosher hotel. Is this permitted on Rosh Hashana?
Wearing new clothes on Rosh Hashana
May one dress children in new clothes on Rosh Hashana?
Hotel vacation on Rosh Hashana
What do you think about going to a hotel for Rosh Hashana? Isn’t it best to remain at home? Or does it make no difference? Of course, it’s a hotel where one will be able to fulfill all the commandments of the day.
How can I face G-d after I sinned so much?
How can I face G-d after I have sinned so much during the year? Some sins were unintentional but many were intentional. Last year I confessed, showed regret, promised to improve, and I didn’t keep any of it. I was chutzpadik to my parents, transgressed Shabbat, looked at forbidden things, dressed improperly and now how can I ask for a good year, for love, a good mate, success in my studies, health, a good livelihood? I am too embarrassed to promise to improve when I know it will probably end up like last year’s promises. I love G-d but I have an evil inclination that is stronger than me.