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A.K.A. Pella featuring Shalsheles Jr. acapella music
Musicologist David Louis is back, presenting a series of moving musical vignettes based on and about the Holy Temple, King David and King Solomon, prophecy and the Levitical Orchestra. Fascinating and inspiring. We guarantee that you will walk away with a song on your lips and in your heart! First i...
The affliction of tzarat: receiving a direct reminder from G-d to take stock and to uproot the underlying causes of our shortcomings.Metzora (Leviticus 14:1-15:33)Parashat Metzora is read on Shabbat:Nisan 7, 5768/April 12, 2008http://www.templeinstitute.org/
Rabbi Lazer Brody explains how the heavens literally open up for a woman lighting Shabbat candles. Filmed live in Hamilton, Ontario, October 2007
 
 
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