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San Antonio, TX [78216]
Friday, September 19
Light Candles at: 7:16 pm
Shabbat, September 20
Shabbat Ends: 8:08 pm
Wednesday, September 24
Eve of First day Rosh Hashana
Light Candles at: 7:10 pm
Thursday, September 25
Eve of Second day Rosh Hashana
Light Candles after: 8:02 pm
Friday, September 26
Light Candles at: 7:08 pm
Shabbat, September 27
Shabbat Ends: 8:00 pm
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Parshah
If a Ceiling Could Talk
First, there are agonizing hours of wavering and uncertainty. Then comes a sudden, ...
 
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Rosh Hashanah
Selichot 101
The week before Rosh Hashanah we recite the Selichot, a series of penitential prayers ...
 
Rosh Hashanah Minisite
Jewish Life
On the Seventh Year, Zev Rests
The story of the farmer from Kfar Gideon
 
Multimedia
A Chazan Sings: Unesanneh Tokef
Chazan Aryeh Leib Hurwitz presents an awe-inspiring cantorial rendition of the iconic ...
 
You’re Playing With Something Delicate!The Nation That Dwells Alone
Your Questions
How Dare You Make Rosh Hashanah Sound Nice!
Yes, it is true that Rosh Hashanah is a very serious day. But is it meant to be ...
 
Why an Apple in Honey?
Story
The Coachman
This is the strange but true story of a great scholar who turned coachman in his ...
 
Beyond Wisdom

Perhaps a person will say, “I cannot fathom an infinite Creator, so why should I attempt to do so? And why should I attempt to awaken my heart to love of Him? What can the love of this puny creature provide Him? So I will serve Him in complete surrender, doing that which is to be done, connecting to a will and desire far beyond my own.”

Such a person is wise, and he has found a deep truth. But he is wrong.

Yes, it is absurd, but G‑d desires to be grasped by your human mind. Yes, it is inconceivable, but He desires to find a home within the innermost chamber of your heart, no matter how tiny that place may be. For this He created you, so that He could dwell within your world.

Serve G‑d with all your heart and all your mind—because that too is His unfathomable, unbounded desire.

Maamar Ki Yish’alcha Bincha

From the wisdom of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, of righteous memory; words and condensation by Rabbi Tzvi Freeman. To order Rabbi Freeman’s book, Bringing Heaven Down to Earth, click here.