Israeli Literature - Shared screen with speaker view
if you follow the link you do not need to type in the password.
Richard, thank you for everything!
if you use the link and get in without a password then what's to keep it from bombing again?
I didn't need a password today, either.
For those concerned about not having to enter a password:
You were not prompted to enter your password. Why is that? It's because the link you clicked ALREADY contains the password. Now: Each of you received your own unique password. This means that: Anyone else trying to use your link, to try and sign in as you: The link will not work.
I also was not asked to enter the password we were given
So if I gave the link to a friend and new participant using
using the password will let them in?
I shared my link and it worked for others
After this meeting: I will share a step you should all be taking. You should each create your own account on Zoom (and if possible, download the App). This will ensure the link works only for you.
but not everyone uses facebook and Rachel asked us to share the link
I have Zoom...but I still need to be able to get into Rachel's meeting. Guess I don't understand how that would work.
Don't worry: This will make more sense after the meeting :)
Rachel is singing along. Sweet.
We will also change settings for future meetings, requiring you to manually enter your password. Therefore, the link will not work for other people if you do not have a Zoom account.
The sound seems very choppy today for me.
for me too
yes, very choppy
right now it’s better, though
I never hear Rachel as well as anyone else.
It’s bandwidth. if some of us go off video, sound will improve.
To those having sound issues:
Elana Kling Perkins
should we all sign off?
Also still some people unmuted?
It depends on each of your connections
no don’t sign off. just stop video
Please do not sign off.
Maybe everyone could go off video. Sound is impossible.
I think it helps if there are fewer people on video
I'm having nearly perfect sound: Your connections will vary.
Iris Beth Weiner
Maybe some of us should go off video to free up some bandwith. There are over 200 of us,..
I normally have no problem, but yesterday and today there were intermittent issues.
Again: Sound/video quality will vary for everyone. Nothing is choppy on my end.
Given that there are so many people here: Please bear in mind that "choppiness" is likely on your end :(
grew up on Yaffa Yarkoni in France and Baltimore
grew up on her in Poughkeepsie NY!
A friend was cut off and can't get back on. Help??
I'll respond to you privately, Marilyn.
Elaine R Cohen
Canadian poem “In Flanders Field the poppies grow”
Lion and sheep (lamb) from Isaiah 11:6
what year was this written?
I believe it is on the Yerushalayim Shel Zahav album I have from 1967
love everybody singing! grew up hearing this song… takes me back to “old” israel… all my Israeli teachers at my Hebrew Day School shared these songs with us
and then Yerushalayim shel Barzel...yehoram Gaon. heartwrenching.
Written by Meir Ariel published in December 1967
He was a paratrooper in the battle in Yerushalayim in 67, already an accomplished song writer
My hebrew isn’t that good, but it still brings tears to my eyes.
This song has always broken my heart. Along with the lyrics, the tune is one of yearning.
the music itself has such a different tone - longing..
the words are very powerful in Hebrew. it is difficult to translate the emotion.
But the music conveys the emotion as well.
yes, remember in hebrew school and in yehuda hatzir
I agree - the music speaks does speak in a very different voice and tone
can we leave the words up while we listen?
I have to observe on Thursday in USA
Todah Rabbah, Rachel, L’ailla Tov
zeh haya kef Todah
Toda Raba and Laila Tov!
Todah rabbah, Laila tov.
Thank you from Chicago!
תודה רבה לילה טוב וחג שמח
Todah Rabbah. Laila tov
Thank you …from Evanston, IL -
תודה חג שמח
Toda le rachel ve kulam. Moadime le simcha from Emek ha silicon!
what is name of this song again
Today Rachel and Hag Sameach to all!
It Will Be Good
Iris Beth Weiner
יהיה טוב Yehiye Tov
Lilah Tov, and chag sameach- Thank you Rachel - as always— wonderful!
Thank you from North Carolina!
Rachel, what is your email address? Mine is pruethorner@gmail
Rachel You are wonderful and the class was terrific! Tzippy thank you from the bottom of my heart
חג שמח לכולם.
Again it has been wonderful to be with you. Leila Tov.
Todah Rabah and Layla tov. And thanks Joyce B. for the link
RICHARD-IS THERE A PARTICULAR VPN VENDOR YOU SUGGEST
תודה רבה ו ח ג שמח !
Thanks from San Francisco
Rabbi Devorah Marcus
Laila Tov Rachel!! see you Thursday! 💜💜💜
Thanks. A pleasure to see familiar faces in this time of distance.
Elaine R Cohen
We’re all aching to be able to say today “Yehiyeh tov” ...
Laila Tov from Minneapolis!
Thank you as always. Wonderful teaching - brings back happy memories from my earliest visits to Isael.
my 3rd trip to Israelmeeting father there, right after ’67 war, such a difference in pride from all the college men I knew who were already trying to draft dodge, or wondering if they were going to go to Viet Nam
So when is the next class?
Thank you so much Rachel. Nice to see you again. Good night.
Elana Kling Perkins
Thank you again.
what is topic tomorrow?