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Jerry Fenske
27:43
Good morning from San Francisco
Susan Miron
29:08
GOOD AFTERNOON FROM BOSTON.
Gil Nativ
31:05
Rachel Bluwstein also passed away many years before the State of Israel
edith
31:37
From Edith Merlin Paller in Jerusalem
edith
33:46
Thank you, Steve, for your sponsorship. I was a friend of your mother at Fairmount Temple in Cleveland. Marcia was very proud of her son, the rabbi. And thank you, Rachel. I'm happy to study with you again.
Frona Kahn
40:07
pl turn off videos , it really helps Rachel
Judy Porges Hollander
43:16
It’s harsh
Judy Siegal
43:16
The father says please and thank you.
Robert Gerwin
43:38
mother is the one who says “you can”
Susan Mayer
43:39
I agree with Thomas, The mother is wheedling and threatening him -- The father was pure kindness.
lynnie2
43:40
and hugs and kisses and whispers
Judy Porges Hollander
44:09
Mother presses him to do, do , do
Peter Bronk
44:53
Father "disappears into his strange distances". he is not as close
Judith Kurland
44:59
the mother talks about consequences: you will feel this or that, you will benefit or not. the father, except for the yom kippur prayer, is "asking" him to obey the laws that are immutable.
Paula J
46:37
If you walk down Gordon St. going north from Ben-Yehuda St. in Tel Aviv,, on the right there is a plaque marking where Shlonski lived.
Lawrence Kaplan
47:18
Father disappears at end. Mother's prophecy remainrs to end of days.
Judy Porges Hollander
47:54
Lawrence, interesting
Tova Shimon
48:27
The Matriarchs were prophetes and impacted the reality for the sake of the future.
Elaine Moise
52:39
Sounds like the pronunciation of phylactery is different in American and British English
Bill Novak
54:29
Actually, “coat of many colors” is a very old and time-honored translation, even if it’s not accurate, and it appears in the King James translation.
Wendy Liebow
54:52
i agree. it’s what i heard in religious school in 1960s
Gil Nativ
55:58
הבן יקיר לי אפרים -הוא ציטוט של הנביא ירמיה -לא של פיוט
Mitchel Slomiak
56:29
There is a poignancy to Shlonski’s poem. In Genesis the mother of Joseph has died and his father bestows the coat upon him. The poet’s mother is very much alive and he asks her for the coat, rather than his father.
Andrea Katz
56:46
It's interesting that his father was a Habadnik but his mother was a revolutionary in Russia.
Lawrence Kaplan
57:49
Cousin Of Lubavitcher Rebbe
Varda Farber
59:01
Thank you Lynn.
Paula J
59:53
Nigun HaLev, a secular community in the Jezreel Valley, does a big kabbalat Shabbat celebration.
Judy Porges Hollander
01:00:25
avodah is prayer and work
Tova Shimon
01:07:24
עמל =עבודה קשה; וגם מירמה וערמה
lauren shachar
01:07:41
Hovering?
ehpressmang@gmail.com
01:12:34
The translation I printed, the first sent to us, has a different translation.
lauren shachar
01:12:42
is there a password for tonight? someone is asking on the FB page.
Elaine Moise
01:13:11
this translation is messy. thanks for mentioning the other one
Elizabeth
01:13:27
No password
Viktoria Dorosz
01:17:04
where could I find the source sheets to download, please?
Judy Siegal
01:17:53
We studied at Rachel’s grave during our Melton seminar.
Suzanne
01:18:32
Not with Rachel, but with Haim Aronovitz, a great poetry devotea, on a Melton trip.
Anne Clark
01:19:07
I've done that too
M. R. Diamond
01:25:01
"Achake lo" - like waiting for the Mashiach.
Paula J
01:27:01
Chava Alberstein sings a beautiful rendition of "Akara."
stanleykay
01:28:20
My Mother’s Hebrew names Rachel Leah (for Roslyn Lois)
Elaine Moise
01:29:30
everyone not reading, please mute...thank you
Viktoria Dorosz
01:30:25
Please does anyone have a link to the handout?
Wendy Liebow
01:31:24
facebook page for the group, under files
Lilian Stern
01:32:33
Magritte is Belgian!
Solange Tajchman
01:33:18
WOW!
Susan Mayer
01:38:35
Is there Mothers Day in Israel?
Tova Shimon
01:38:37
Thank you Rachel and All!
Steven Lowenstein
01:38:57
Todah. Raba
Robert Gerwin
01:38:57
Toda Rabah
Elaine Moise
01:39:03
Thanks, Rachel
Erica Sokoloff
01:39:18
Todah Raba:)
Viktoria Dorosz
01:40:06
can’t see the texts on her facebook - would you have a link?
lynnie2
01:40:47
Thank you sos much
Marion Stein
01:41:02
Thank you so much
gila
01:41:12
Thank you so much, this is a wonderful experience!
Susan Mayer
01:41:15
Thank you, Rachel.
Ruth Kaplan
01:41:15
Thank you SO much for a beautiful start to my Mothers' Day.
Bob G
01:41:25
Thanks much, Rachel!
Anne Clark
01:42:08
Todah Rabba, Rachel
naomidanis
01:46:50
Many thanks~