Resultados da Pesquisa "HAshana"
Rosh Hashanah In Uman with Meir Kay
Rosh Hashanah in Uman, Ukraine is an event that takes place annually over the Jewish New Year. It attracts over 60,000 people from around the world, from religious and non religious backgrounds - all coming together to celebrate Rosh Hashanah by the resting place of Rabbi Nachman of Breslov. Meir Kay takes us on a tour
Podcast Ep. 55 - 9/11 and Rosh Hashanah
The attacks of 9/11 changed the world forever, and so can we - through Chessed
Rosh Hashanah - The Sound of the Silence - The Secret of Prayer & Shofar
Rabbi Nissel expounds on the essence of prayer and the sounding of the shofar on Rosh Hashana
Uma mensagem para Rosh Hashana (espanhol)
Rabino Gabriel Mishanie - Inspiração em movimento Uma mensagem para Rosh Hashana (espanhol)
Selichot: Preparing for Rosh Hashanah - Don't Wait Until it's Too Late!
With the countdown running out, we can always declare His Supreme Reign
Rosh Hashanah: Your Million Dollar Check!
Rosh Hashanah is the time of year for us to wake up and see our talents and our potential, and to realize that we all have a "million dollar check" inside of us
A ordem, as bençãos e Simanim para Rosh Hashaná
Simanim de Rosh Hashná - Rabino Joseph Chouveke
A ordem e as Bençãos de Rosh Hashaná
Encontre aqui a ordem e as bençãos de Rosh Hashaná como o costume sefaradi.
O programa de culinária da Hidabroot Brasil Para Rosh Hashaná - 1o prato
Acompanhe os 4 vídeos para sua mesa de Jantar de Rosh Hashaná!
Kavaná no toque do Shofar
Preparar-se para Rosh Hashaná Kavaná no toque do Shofar
Rosh Hashana 5780
Rabino Raphael Shammah - Inspiração em movimento Rosh Hashana 5780
Perfect Dessert for Rosh Hashana: Exquisite Pomegranate Cake
Love cakes? Love pomegranates? Excellent. Here's a delicious dessert: A unique pomegranate cake that will leave your guests craving for more. Must see
Keilim Shvurim: New Release by Rabbi Noach Paley
Composer Rabbi Noah Paley who counsels and guides youth at risk a powerful song for Rosh Hashanah - "Broken Tools"
The Hidabroot Convention: Weekend Getaway Before Rosh Hashanah 9/20 – 9/22 | 2019
Enjoy a Shabbat Retreat, a Motzei Shabbat Grand Event, Inspirational Lectures throughout the weekend, Glatt Kosher Gourmet Meals, Luxurious Accommodation and more. Get Spiritually Charged Up!
A Goy who leaves money on shabbat
Question: I do Kiruv on a college campus and I invite many students to our Shabbat table every week. Sometimes the Jewish students invite their no Jewish friends along with them to the meals. We don’t say anything because we want them to feel comfortable. One week one of the friends enjoyed himself so much that he left us money for the food. What should we do with the money?
Besamim by Havdalah
Question: I had a cold last week and was very stuffy or a few days. When it came Motzei Shabbat time to make Havdalah I wasn’t sure I could say a bracha on the Besamim. At that point my nose somewhat clear but I still could not smell half the time. I told my wife to make the bracha, but could I have made the bracha hoping that I would be able to smell it?
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?