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Israeli Literature - Shared screen with speaker view
Rhea Dorn
17:22
Do you think there are connections between Oz’s A tale of Love and darkness and his later book Judas?
Rhea Dorn
18:35
his other book JUDAS?
Paula J
19:10
Judas is an excellent book, difficult subject.
monafishbane
21:36
Please everyone TURN OFF YOUR VIDEO
Naomi
24:45
my father said that people on kibbutz had different days for Shabbat.\
Frona Kahn
27:24
makes it easier for Rachel if we turn off video, sound is better.
pnina beck
29:55
לגופי בגדים של יום יום
pnina beck
31:46
לגופי בגדים של יום יום...
Phyllis Steiner
32:22
walking walking walking - Halacha!
Michal
32:24
I suggest translating Be-ga-dim as clothes rather than cloths.
Heather Silverman
32:55
It’s a typo
iPad (5)
34:31
also Holech and Halacha
Marion Stein
34:59
NO!!!!
Tova Shimon
35:10
end of day cloth / body and soul weak-not strong
Tova Shimon
35:47
everyday body and cloth / everyday names connected to Shabbat
Lawrence Kaplan
36:19
Perhaps translate kakhah as "Just so"
Lawrence Kaplan
36:54
Shabbat comes form cease not sit.
Michal
37:19
Kachah may be translated as “just because”
Tova Shimon
38:03
Shabbat and sit are the same root letters and you can connect both meanings
Ruth Kaplan
38:04
The people
Naomi
38:18
allusion to Kabbalists who went out to meet Shabbat Kallah in Tzfat.
Mel Barenholtz
41:04
Everyone gets ready for Shabbat - not just Kabbalists
Tova Shimon
41:05
both meaning of Shvil
Barbara Posnick
42:54
Does Shir Am Naki mean "A clean folk song" or "song of a clean nation"?
Mel Barenholtz
43:45
Rachel already pointed out that ambiguity.
Lawrence Kaplan
44:08
If it is Shir-- am it is the song of the people
Tova Shimon
45:00
We can hear both meanings in it but especially the second -clean people is the peshat
Wendy Liebow
45:01
approximately when was this song written/recorded?
Trudy Greener
45:28
that is Matti Caspi in the shower
Lawrence Kaplan
46:35
Question is whether shir am is one phrase meaning folk song a shir of the am a song of the people
Kitty Hoffman
46:56
both — it’s poetry
Andrea Katz
51:54
Sexual intimacy on Shabbat evening has been encouraged in Rabbinic literature
Solange Tajchman
52:07
Thank you, Batya!
Sarah Schachter
53:29
Thank you Batya. You have such a deep and rich voice.
Andrea Katz
54:16
Sex on Friday night IS tradition. I bet his father would also have had sex that night so he's not that different than his father.
Lawrence Kaplan
55:52
Poem is in rhyming quatrains. Like you would sing to your beloved.
Solange Tajchman
56:15
Geula, could you please mute yourself?
Lawrence Kaplan
01:01:55
Literally the ones that are not FORBIDDEN
Lauren Cohen Fisher
01:02:40
yes it works
Mel Barenholtz
01:02:54
The translator should not have corrected the mistakes.
robertakalmanson
01:09:01
Shabbat said 7 times in the poem!!
monafishbane
01:11:36
EVERYONE TURN OFF YOUR VIDEOS!!!
susanspitz
01:12:23
PLease turn off your videos
stanleykay
01:13:55
The tech is not perfect, maybe unless it is really bad we should stop interrupting Rachel every time there is a small glitch, which some hear, and some don’t. just wwondering
susanspitz
01:14:31
If videos are all turned off, it is much, much better.Unless someone is speaking ,there is no reason for them to be on.
monafishbane
01:14:44
AMEN!!
annabellindenbaum
01:16:57
What’s a Mukstim?
Erica Sokoloff
01:17:45
Things that are forbidden on Shabbat
Lawrence Kaplan
01:18:50
Literally set to the side. Things you are not permitted to touch to use on Shabbat.
Sydney Nestel
01:22:07
What is the ref to stay of grace?
Sydney Nestel
01:22:16
stain?
Lawrence Kaplan
01:22:45
Ketem hesed is stain of grace. Ketem is stain
Sydney Nestel
01:23:12
What is it a reference to?
Lawrence Kaplan
01:23:51
I manot sure it refers to anything. Seems to be Mishol's own phrase.
Tova Shimon
01:24:55
תודה רבה רחל וכולם
Tova Shimon
01:25:00
שבת שלום.
Erica Sokoloff
01:25:13
Shabbat Shalom:)
Mina T
01:25:27
in Israel also? Mother’s Day?
Judy Rosenblatt
01:26:08
Thank you, Rachel! Shabat Shalom:)
Trudy Greener
01:26:34
Rachel, we sang it together at Beit Bialik with the Pardes group..
Lauren Cohen Fisher
01:26:36
yes
Ruth Kaplan
01:26:40
yes
Sandra Rosenblum
01:27:05
thank you,Rach l
Susan Mayer
01:27:42
This is from the Tel Aviv Kabbalat Shabat?
Trudy Greener
01:27:48
we sang it at our Labor Zionist camp in the US
annabellindenbaum
01:27:57
What was the name??
robertakalmanson
01:28:02
what is the name it?
Trudy Greener
01:28:20
Nigun Bialik
annabellindenbaum
01:28:33
thanks
Linda Henry Goodman
01:28:34
Not from the Tel Aviv Port Shabbat (Beit Tefilah Ysiraeli.)
Judy Siegal
01:28:59
Shabbat shalom. Today rabbah
Marsha Kazman
01:29:08
wonderful class! Shabbat Shalom
Ruth Kaplan
01:29:14
Shabbat Shalom, Rachel. Thank you for a great class!
Rhea Dorn
01:29:27
Shabbat Shalom.
Steven Broder
01:29:27
Shabbat Shalom, L'Kulam.
Varda Farber
01:29:30
Todah Rachel
Rayden & Barbara
01:29:30
shabbat shalom
Varda Farber
01:29:52
Shabbat Shalom, however you celebrate.
Alan Teperow
01:29:54
Todah Rachel, and Shabbat Shalom.
Steven Broder
01:29:56
Toda Rabah, Rachel Shabbat Menucha.
Aviva Lev-Ari
01:30:04
GREAT SESSION, Many thanks, Great SHABBAT to you and your Family, Aviva Lev-Ari
Trudy Greener
01:30:08
Called Nigun Bialik
Geula Hebron
01:30:47
Shabbat Shalom VeTodah Rabbah
stanleykay
01:33:54
Atlantic Magazine had article re dilemma in some orthodox communities as is it safe to go to the Mikvah, if not, can they even touch their husband for weeks?
Ofer
01:38:44
Thank you and Shabat Shalom
Leah Liquornik
01:47:04
Shabat Shalom. wonderful session
Peter Bronk
01:47:22
Thank you!