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    Rosh Hashana - Expressing the Acceptance of G-d's Kingdom

    The central theme of Rosh Hashana should be part of our appearance and actions.

    Rabbi Eliezer Melamed | Elul 26 5775
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    The Essence of Rosh Hashana

    Day of Judgement and Rejoicing

    Rabbi Eliezer Melamed | 5769
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    Shofar Blowing

    The Laws of Blowing the Shofar

    The Jerusalem Talmud relates that the enemies once heard Jews blowing the shofar during morning prayers. They thought it was a war cry and attacked the worshipers. Therefore, the sages instituted that the shofar be blown during the Mussaf prayers.

    Rabbi Eliezer Melamed | Thursday, 23 Elul 5767
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    The Essence of Rosh Hashana

    The Story of the “Unetaneh Tokef” Prayer

    The holiday approached and Rosh Hashanah arrived. Rabbi Amnon of Mainz asked his relatives to bring him to the synagogue with all of his dismembered organs and to place him by the prayer leader. We can well image the atmosphere in the synagogue.

    Rabbi Eliezer Melamed | 5766
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    The Essence of Rosh Hashana

    Starting the New Year on the Right Foot

    On Rosh Hashanah, every action has significance pertaining to the year to come. This is the first day of the year, and it is on this day that God apportions life to all creatures; therefore, action and thought on this day influence the entire year.

    Rabbi Eliezer Melamed | Rosh Hashana 5764
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