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Ha’Azinu – Give Ear

This week’s parasha is entitled Ha’Azinu, which means “give ear.”  A modern-day translation would be a command to “listen” to what is about to be said.  Ha’Azinu covers all of Deuteronomy, Chapter 32, which contains 52 verses.  With this being Shabbat Shuvah, the Great Sabbath of Repentance that occurs between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, this is a very appropriate

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Ha’Azinu – “Listen”

This morning’s parasha is called Ha’azinu and means “Give ear”. It covers Deuteronomy chapter 32. The Song of Moses represents the last time that Moses will speak to the Israelis before he dies on Mount Nebo. This song was meant to be taught to every Israeli as a reminder of the past, and a warning for the present and the

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Ha’Azinu – “Listen”

This week our parasha is Ha’Azinu which translates to “Listen” and covers Deuteronomy 32.  Parasha Ha’Azinu is a very unique and special parasha.  Ha’Azinu is also the penultimate parasha and contains the final teaching and warning of Moses for our people.   This teaching that Moses was commissioned to write by the Lord takes the form of a song and was

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Ha’Azinu – “Listen”

This week our parasha is Ha'Azinu which translates to “Listen” and covers Deuteronomy 32.  Parasha Ha’Azinu is a very unique and special parasha for several reasons.  We read this parasha today on Shabbat Shuvah, the Sabbath of Return or Repentance between Rosh HaShana and Sukkot.  Ha’Azinu is also the penultimate parasha and contains the final teaching and warning of Moses for

By | 2017-01-30T21:42:46+00:00 September 27th, 2014|Categories: Torah Parasha|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Ha’Azinu – “Listen”

Ha’azinu – “Give Ear”

“Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it”. This well-known phrase is a fitting summary for one aspect of this week’s parasha, Ha’azinu.  Parasha Ha’azinu covers Deuteronomy 32 and translates to “Give ear”.  This is a fitting name for a parasha that truly needs to be listened to and understood. In this chapter of Deuteronomy we

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