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Israeli Poetry with Rachel - Shared screen with speaker view
Arie Katz
36:08
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Leonie Kramer
37:27
Arie and Rachel are THE BEST!!! Todah.
Henry Cohen
39:27
Can we access the Meir Shalev interview ?
diane allan
46:34
I hear the longing and the toll his illness has taken on him and on his lover.
Suzie Lampert
46:49
beautiful!
Dr. Dorothy Greenbaum
47:04
Beautiful and longing!
Barbara Braverman
47:06
from the heart, right to mine
Leah Liquornik
47:17
amazing!
Arie Katz
47:20
Perfect voice for the poem
Miriam Seelig
47:20
Amazing
Vivian Cohen
47:21
beautiful
Linda Cedarbaum
47:23
Beautiful and moving
Rosalee Lubell
47:27
So beautiful!
Miriam Seelig
47:33
Amazing
rheadorn
47:34
Ari, you touch my heart. Thank you
Varda Farber
47:46
Ari, beautiful voice.
muriel wolf
47:52
superb Muriel wolf
phyllis gilmore
47:52
heartfelt - Beautiful. Phyllis
A Ginsburg
47:59
The combination of the reading and the singing really magnifies the beauty of this deceptively simple poem.
Carol Ducak
47:59
todah rabah beautiful
Elizabeth Pressman
48:37
A beautiful rendition that lets the listener feel the longing. Today Rabah!
Leslie Schaeffer
48:59
Exquisite singing and music and so moving for this poem
Ari Gorali
49:34
thank you so much you all!
Denah S. Bookstein
50:31
Please, Ari, tell us about your recordings, your journey.
Dorothea Dorenz
52:55
please mute
Rosa Berman
56:56
Very moving poem!
Ed Grossman
57:44
Did Eliaz serve in the army at that time, or know people in Gaza at this period?
Denah S. Bookstein
59:27
“ In a whisper you ask...” is an exquisite poem by itself.
Linda Cedarbaum
01:02:41
As thought there were in this world a bundle which can contain yearning-
Linda Cedarbaum
01:02:46
Lovely!
Bonnie Lee
01:06:47
I remember this so well—like a living nightmare
Ari Gorali
01:08:10
my web
 https://www.facebook.com/goraliari
Ari Gorali
01:10:25
my youtube channel
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCg3hyutZczgsNNNF8amB_zA
Steven Broder
01:20:49
Throughout time and in different places, human beings have dealt with their pain in two fundamentally different ways--feeling more and feeling less. Each has its time and place and "season."
Taibel
01:21:43
From tuesday, jewish idea given names can shape a human being, think eliaz means g-d is strong ...
Heather Silverman
01:22:04
My G-d is strong
Taibel
01:22:26
Even better
rheadorn
01:25:55
Yehuda Amichai: “My father was God”
diane allan
01:28:43
Eliaz, your sharing of your many layered feelings was o authentic and your prayer beautiful and strengthens our connection though we are far apart.
Rosa Berman
01:28:44
Very strong!!
Ed Grossman
01:28:48
When was this written?
Tzippy Ronen
01:29:16
So powerful and moving!
elizabeth caplun
01:29:17
Amazing poem (Hear O Lord)
edna janco
01:29:43
should be inserted into the Yom Hazikaron's memorial prayer!
A Ginsburg
01:30:15
ON the doorposts - we could read this on Pesach
Lynnie Mirvis
01:30:32
Amazing! Thank you so much!
Heather Silverman
01:30:36
Bringing G-d to account. Like in the concentration camp where G-d was brought to trial for His absence
Rochelle's iPad (2)
01:31:29
Just beautiful! Sorry I have to leave early.
Cantor Alan & Erica Sokoloff
01:31:40
Speechless! It could also be used on Yom Hashoah
A Ginsburg
01:32:00
thou sittest in thine house - sitting shiva for your sons
Suzie Lampert
01:32:08
Eliaz thank you so much for your moving voice - so resonates even for those of us outside of Israel
Dr. Dorothy Greenbaum
01:32:29
Holding God accountable
diane allan
01:33:25
Perhaps whenever we say the shema we should think for a moment about those who who gave their ives out of love for our people.
rheadorn
01:33:48
It is like God on trial in Aushwitz. Weisel
Ed Grossman
01:33:49
A prayerful version of what Amichai sometimes says...
Sheldon Dorph
01:36:07
the blood saved the jews is elias saying that our boys blood now protects GOD and god’s relevance to the world and jewish people?
Suzanne Levin
01:38:37
Ari, I hear and feel Leonard Cohen, an ultimate compliment!
diane allan
01:39:25
The second song: Although I don’t understand all the words, I can fel the sweetness of his love.
Varda Farber
01:39:34
Ari, Can you share the lyrics to your song? Fantastic!
Sarah Schachter
01:39:46
Ari, what an amazing song and voice! Todah!
Ari Gorali
01:44:03
thank you! I sing also a lot of Leonard cohen song in a special tribute “HALELLUJA”
Ed Grossman
01:45:21
Voice of another Cohen/Kohen...
Ari Gorali
01:46:37
:) :)
Ari Gorali
01:47:46
original “run aleha” 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xp2Rad3MZxA
Ari Gorali
01:48:05
ein aleha
Elaine H
01:48:45
Yes in Florida we do wear sandals to shule, even on the High Holidays.
Heather Silverman
01:48:46
That was such a lovely song, with so much insight into the loved one’s character and quirks
diane allan
01:49:30
I love the 2 readings of the poem, greatly reverential and also playfully (Thanks for the child’s poem reference)
A Ginsburg
01:55:27
This poem has some of the temperament of stories by Etgar Keret. Sardonic and piquant.
diane allan
01:56:01
Rachel, thank you for amazing taking us on an amazing connection to this poetry and giving us wonderful unique music adding yet another dimension to Israel’s ongoing spirit from Tanach
Suzie Lampert
01:56:11
Wonderful!!
Edy Parker
01:56:26
Great program and music, thank you!
Sandy Perle
01:56:38
Thank you!
Robert Fried
01:57:11
Yodah Raba, Rachel; Ari and Eliaz for a Soulful class!-Gail from Brooklyn
Leslie Schaeffer
01:57:15
Thank you again for such amazing learning
Jon Tepper in Tucson, AZ
01:57:15
I can’t get over the description of a bullet finding its address
Tzippy Ronen
01:58:05
Not too many CSP zooms have made me cry as I did today..
phyllis gilmore
01:58:08
Program that reaches the heart and the mind. Thank you. Phyllis
Marilyn Bernstein
01:58:16
Thank you Rachel. Another amazing class. You have brought together wonderful people and created the very best of learning. Marilyn Bernstein
gila appleby
01:58:18
wonderful music and expression
Ari Gorali
01:59:34
thank you so much!!!
Ed Grossman
02:13:10
Eliaz brings together the background of a modern Orthodox who experiences the realities of war and contemporary life and tries to merge them into the Jewish tradition, a different type of successor to Amichai, but with more rachmanes to God.
Suzanne Levin
02:24:50
My son once gave a talk about drossman
Suzanne Levin
02:24:53
avid g
diane allan
02:25:53
To give the benefit of the doubt tal the Cardinsl
diane allan
02:27:19
maybe he was talking about how much others have learned about how not to treat others and praised our resilience as a people.
diane allan
02:28:50
WOW!
Suzanne Levin
02:30:09
Once my son gave a talk about David Grossman, who was in the audience. Afterword DG came up to him and commented that he had seen things in his writing that he himself wasn't aware of.
diane allan
02:31:12
Eliaz,, for how long have you pit on tefillin? Or did I misunderstand? Is it common in your generation
Heather Silverman
02:31:25
This is always the issue with literature. The writer’s inspiration isn’t logical or rational - it’s inspired!
Barbara Taragan
02:33:05
Thank you again for a very powerful lesson!
Ed Grossman
02:39:30
We'd also like to know which other poets who are writing now that you are inspired by....
diane allan
02:42:39
Eliaz, In Ultrasound, I agree that the pearls of the spine was a great metaphor . To me it was about the beauty and the miraculous round purity of the growing fetus.
Bonniekossoff
02:42:55
Thank you is much!
Audrey Asher
02:46:13
Another wonderful class, Rachel. Thank you!
Bonniekossoff
02:46:27
We are her groupies!
Lynnie Mirvis
02:46:37
Yes!
Taibel
02:46:49
Nokht-schleppers ... the yiddish, if we’re talking chasidic
Ed Grossman
02:46:50
He deserves a shehecheyanu--also for a year of Rachel on Zoom...
Carol Ducak
02:47:01
todah rabah
gila appleby
02:47:20
Thank you for an amazing and wonderful session! Shabbat shalom to all
Denah S. Bookstein
02:48:12
Shabbat shalom!