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Mensaje sobre Sucot 5781

SUCOT o “Zman Simjateinu,” (El tiempo de nuestro regocijo) como todos nuestros festivales, es un festival de recordación y regocijo por los milagros que D-os ha realizado por nosotros y como Él nos ha preservado. También conocido como Hag Asif – חַג אָסִיף –— Festival de la Cosecha, es la culminación de todos los festivales […]

Sukkoth 5781

Sukkoth or “Z’man Simchateinu” (The time of our rejoicing) is a festival of remembrance and rejoicing for the miracles that God has performed for us and how He has preserved us. Also known as Hag Asif – חַג אָסִיף –— Festival of the Ingathering is the culmination of all the Biblical festivals. I call Sukkoth […]

Rise Up to a New Cycle

Blog Rosh Hashanah 5781by Mauricio Quintero and Alejandro Alvarado Rosh Hashanah (רֹאשׁ הַשָּׁנָה) is a commemorative day during which God gives us the opportunity to rise up. We should not confuse Rosh Hashana, (literally the head of the year) with the first of Nisan which our Creator calls the first month of the year. Why […]

Fortaleced las Manos Cansadas…

…Afirmad las Rodillas Endebles Blog Nitzavim (נִצָּבִים) y Vayelej (וַיֵּלֶךְ) En esta época del año, leemos esta doble porción que estudiamos antes de Rosh Hashaná y Yom Quippur. El Creador reafirma su pacto hablando a su pueblo gracias al mérito de Abraham, Isaac y Yaakov, recordándoles las consecuencias de la obediencia y la desobediencia, y […]

Strengthen your Weak Hands

…and make firm the tottering knees.” Nitzavim (נִצָּבִים) – Vayelej (וַיֵּלֶךְ) 16 Elul 5780 By Alejandro Alvarado: Before these holidays, we read this double portion that we studied before Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Our Creator reaffirms His covenant by speaking to His people in the merits of Abraham, Isaac and Yaakov, reminding them of […]

There are No Choices with Moral Values!

Blog Ki Tetze Elul 9 5780 בלוג כִּי-תֵצֵא, ט’ אלול תש”פ In Parashah Ki Tetze Moshe randomly presents seventy-four injunctions as if he is trying to remember everything that he wanted to say before he left. I challenge you to read them and see to which of the Ten Commandments each is referring. Some scholars […]