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I'll Never Forget Hod Of Yesod Again

Reb Ezra Weinberg | Posted 07.17.2012 | Religion
Reb Ezra Weinberg

How did I remember that today is the Hebrew calendar date of my son's first birthday? I'm slightly embarrassed to admit that it was not by my own memory, but truly of divine intervention.

Lag Ba'Gay Marriage: A Collection Of Haikus

Reb Ezra Weinberg | Posted 07.10.2012 | Religion
Reb Ezra Weinberg

Obama's statement/ Headlines or just the pre-game?/ Flaming Holiday The rains are coming/ A fire in the City?/ All head to Brooklyn

Hatzelponit: Generosity Within Receiving

Rabbi Jill Hammer, Ph.D. | Posted 07.06.2012 | Religion
Rabbi Jill Hammer, Ph.D.

Hatzelponit is comfortable with the appearance of angels. She knows that the prophecy she has received is one of love.

HOD Still And Be Counted

Reb Ezra Weinberg | Posted 07.03.2012 | Religion
Reb Ezra Weinberg

The most common traditional translations of hod are "majesty" and "splendor." While those definitions are significant, clearly something gets lost in translation. Without context they are just words and will probably not be enough to glean a relatable meaning.