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Weekly Magazine
Maybe we’ve got everything 100% wrong. Because if we’re thinking the holidays are backward, it’s likely we’ve got their meanings backward.
It looks almost as if everyone is taking a short nap. What’s up with that?
Several days before Rosh Hashanah we begin to recite the Selichot, a series of penitential prayers and liturgy.
Squeezing Out the Jewish Heart
The Chabad.org Siddur App brings you complete Selichot prayers
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Elul 20, 5779
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  • Elul Observances

    As the last month of the Jewish year, Elul is traditionaly a time of...

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Daily
Jewish History
Elul 20, 5779
Laws and Customs
  • Elul Observances

    As the last month of the Jewish year, Elul is traditionaly a time of...

Daily Study
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Fremont, CA 94536
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