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Tag Archives: G-d
Yom Kippur 5771 (2010)
Yom Kippur is one of the most sacred days in the Jewish calendar. Jews fast, pray, reflect and seek forgiveness for their sins over the past year. Jews devote the entire day to G-d, refraining from work, food and sexual … Continue reading
By Paul Salahuddin Armstrong I hate the attitude of hate… Why hate? I love God, love His prophets, love His saints, love creation, and love all people! On this, virtually all religions would agree, yet then they pick at straws: … Continue reading
The Diwan Project – Shamaati Shimecha
The song is categorized as a ‘Piyut Teiman’ – Traditional devotional song of Yemenite (Jewry) that has entered into their cultural liturgy (prayers). The Yemenite dialect of Hebrew is an ancient form that resembles Arabic phonetically. Hebrew, Arabic and Aramaic … Continue reading