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Let My People Go (Отпусти народ мой) [that they may serve me]!

a grow­ing hag­gadah A new edi­tion of A Grow­ing Hag­gadah (which is still avail­able in its 2005 HTML ver­sion) has been print­ed. If you are inter­est­ed in hav­ing a PDF ver­sion of the text to print and use (in whole or in … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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I am my &♥‘s and my &♥ is mine אלול

wel­come to אלול As we begin Elul, the month before Rosh haShan­nah, prepa­ra­tions for the new year start. The Hebrew word אלול is con­sid­ered an acronym for the phrase from the Song of Songs: 6:3a… אני לדודי ודודי לי = … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Let My People Go!

Nisan, the month of our lib­er­a­tion Actu­al­ly, the com­plete phrase is “Let My peo­ple go… that they may serve Me.” from Exo­dus 5:1. It is inter­est­ing how the phrase has been used (and abused). Exo­dus and Lib­er­a­tion When you check … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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