Time~Part Four

I wrote three previous posts concerning the talk I gave in Singapore, which dealt with G-d’s Biblical Calendar. Due to travel and holidays, I never posted the last increment of time…the year. In Judaism, we speak about 4 New Years: Kings, Trees, Year, and cattle. The Jewish calendar serves to demarcate both holiday observances and

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Shabbat Shalom

As the Feast of Tabernacles ends in a few days, here is a short commentary from Baruch about this special time. This Shabbat is the Shabbat during the Feast of Tabernacles (Succot). This holiday period has great significance in regard to the Kingdom. Jewish tradition associates the entrance into a succah (booth) like the entrance

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Holiday Time

This is a very enjoyable time in Israel. Here, the children have school 6 days/week. The long holidays, such as the Feast of Unleavened Bread and Feast of Tabernacles, have intermediary days where travel, etc. are permitted. Therefore, people are traveling all over the country and families are having a great time together while the

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Marriage Mondays Video

It has been quite some time since I’ve taped a video! With all of our travels, it has been difficult to organize the camera, setting and topic information all at the same time. My hope is to do much better in the future! Baruch and I will be heading to Moldova on our next trip.

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