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Psalm Study w/ Rabbi Kleinbaum - Shared screen with speaker view
judyribnick
12:08
That was “Boker tov”!
Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum
12:46
Good morning everyone! So great to see all of you!
bellabianchi
12:48
Boker Tov
Marasu
12:51
Boker tov
iPad
12:57
good
bellabianchi
12:58
I hope everyone is well.
Diane Burhenne
13:06
Broker tov. Thank you. Sasha for this wonderful tutorial.
Sara's iPad
13:28
good to see everyone
Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum
15:32
THANK YOU scott!
Janine Edmee Hakim
15:41
Good morning from Coventry, Chenango County NY G'd Bless as I raise both my hands in resonse and in praise
baridworken
16:03
Boker Tov
Sheldon Wertman
16:37
where is the raise hand
Sheldon Wertman
18:07
no luck
bellabianchi
18:18
Sasha, thank you for being so clear with your instructions. You helped me figure out the volume issue!
Sheldon Wertman
19:50
correct
mikelgold
21:06
shalom!
Sheldon Wertman
21:20
found Raised Hand under Perticipant
Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum
21:20
THANK YOU Sasha!
Sara's iPad
21:58
Sasha for teacher of the year
Jeany Heller
22:40
thanks sasha!
sasha
22:41
we are becoming a zoom literate congregation!!!!
Maryann King
22:52
Yay Sasha! Thank you!
Emily Greene
23:37
Happy birthday!
Rafaela Anshel
24:15
thank you sasha judy rabbi kleinbaum
ira r
24:22
Gee, it’s like Pavlov … when we were singing happy birthday, I felt like I should be washing my hands
sherryfyman
24:23
good morning, everyone.
sasha
24:38
there aEsa einai el heharim,me'ayin me'ayin yavo ezriEsa einai el heharim,me'ayin me'ayin yavo ezriEzri me'im Hashem,Oseh shamayim va'aretzEzri me'im Hashem,Oseh shamayim va'aretz re also
sasha
25:21
please everyone mute and sing to yourself!
sasha
25:30
unfortunately it is hard to hear with more than judy singing!
Harold Levine
26:37
Yay! Longer time together!
Rafaela Anshel
26:55
nice
Anika Cooper
27:00
This is great ! Thank you Rabbi
CindyELevitz
27:10
that’s great!
CindyELevitz
27:31
thank you, Rabbi
sherryfyman
28:31
It’s not creepy. It’s adorable. My favorite part of the class.
Allison Drew Klein
28:49
Everyone's a critic! You're doing fine, Rabbi.
Allison Drew Klein
29:08
Touch your face whenever you want
Alice Aronov
29:13
I'm taking notes on a Sefaria source sheet if anyone wants a brief run down of what has been going on the past few classes
Harold Levine
29:23
I may have used more gentle language than “creepy.”
Joseph
29:51
https://www.sefaria.org/Psalms.1.2?lang=bi&with=all&lang2=he in case anyone needs the link
CBST
29:51
http://bit.ly/psalm1translation
Sharon Golub
29:57
You just share your screen Rabbi
Harold Levine
30:03
YAY!!!
sasha
30:26
the link above has english and hebrew
Alice Aronov
31:33
https://www.sefaria.org/sheets/224432
sasha
31:47
thank you Alice!
sasha
31:58
thank you Marasu for sharing!
J.B. Sacks
35:31
Every translation also has a purpose, which guides the translator!
J.B. Sacks
36:16
Translators do not just translate "words," but a culture's linguistic and social codes that the words embed
Sheldon Wertman
36:38
Rabbi, Beside Robert Alter Book of Psalms is there another author closer to the 2020
CBST
37:45
more like 700 years
Tim
37:45
More like 700 years ago I think, but same difference.
sasha
37:48
if you want to ask a question, please post here or raise your hand, and then we can unmute when it is a good moment to ask. thanks!
Allison Drew Klein
37:56
plus
megancossey
38:02
I had to take a semester of only Chaucer in college, it was super hard to read on its own. It was written in “Middle English”
CBST
38:47
1500s
ira r
39:55
William Shakespeare (bapt. 26 April 1564 – 23 April 1616)
Harold Levine
41:44
Wishbone
Harold Levine
42:29
Greek
Harold Levine
42:30
Tropos
CBST
42:45
turning
J.B. Sacks
43:08
The etnach, or etnachta, divides into two. Notice that this is not a 50-50 division, but rather we have 11 words in the first half and only four in the second.
J.B. Sacks
43:20
This highlights those four words
J.B. Sacks
43:50
In this case, it highlights a theme: that the we should situate ourselves with those whose way is to scorn.
J.B. Sacks
44:15
R'sha'im/"wicked," comes from a root meaning "ill-regulated."
Harold Levine
44:22
In the Anglican/Episcopalian “Book of Common Prayer” all the Psalms are printed as the “Psalter.” The etnachta is indicated in each verse by an asterisk (*).
Randi Sarokoff
45:33
Is it possible to get a copy of the attachment Harold created circling the trope?
Randi Sarokoff
48:15
Alter:Happy the man who has not walked in the wicked’s counsel, nor in the way of offenders has stood, nor in the session of scoffers has sat
J.B. Sacks
48:21
In my reading, Ashrei means "evolving"--The person who keeps vital and continues their personal growth.
Harold Levine
49:47
In my online app, it says for Ashrei - “happiness; only in masculine plural construction as interjection, how happy!”
Shayna Caul
49:53
That’s why I’m not listening to the News anymore.
Harold Levine
51:12
It seems like there should be a singular “asher,” but in all instances the word appears, it’s in this masculine plural construction.
J.B. Sacks
52:14
I am not sure that the seeming masculine plural form is actually a masculine plural form. Ancient poetic forms are different from standard Hebrew.
Harold Levine
52:35
Thanks JB. I’m learning so much here!
J.B. Sacks
52:47
My pleasure!
Sarah Siegel
53:26
Sorry that I must leave for another meeting. Shabbat shalom tomorrow.
Yael
53:44
Isn't the word "Adoai" is plural? The singular, my lord, would be "Adoni".
Max Leader
53:46
Thank you everyone. Be well!
J.B. Sacks
53:54
I love that we use "Shechinah." It does not support hierarchical structures, as "L-rd" does.
J.B. Sacks
54:28
Yes, Yael; it's a plural construction, as if G!d is the "L-rd of all L-rds"
Harold Levine
54:31
Adon is the singular masculine. I think that since Elohim is plural, Adonai is plural. When Adon is used for a person talking to another, Adoni is used.
BDyme
54:46
Dwell in?
J.B. Sacks
54:53
Yes
Tim
55:02
For "yehgeh," Alter uses "murmurs."
Yael
55:03
I think of it as using "Adonai" as a plural, as we have recently started using "they" for singular people.
J.B. Sacks
55:14
Shechinah "dwells"/inheres within our world
lisebrown
56:12
Buber!
J.B. Sacks
56:39
Yes--Buber, even Arthur Green; even Mordecai Kaplan!
Harold Levine
56:43
Shin
Shayna Caul
56:47
the shin
ira r
57:30
There is also the alliteration of the aleph in the first three words
J.B. Sacks
58:03
Four words!
ira r
58:46
Well, the aleph in the fourth word is at the end, not the beginning!
Harold Levine
58:58
And Tzadik k’tamar
J.B. Sacks
59:04
Eitz (tree), your own stance, not Eitzah--the counsel of others--their tree!
ira r
01:00:19
Kenneth just pointed out that Judy is wearing a Leonard Cohen shirt! (Bird on a Wire)
sasha
01:00:36
well spotted Kenneth!
J.B. Sacks
01:00:48
Beautiful, Judy!
Marasu
01:00:57
hallelujah
Pierre Vallet
01:01:04
Thank you!!!!!
ira r
01:01:05
Have a great day, everyone. Thank you all!
Lisa Padilla
01:01:06
thank you everyone!
Joseph
01:01:10
Thank you Rabbi!
ELEANOR L
01:01:13
Thank you!
Lisa Padilla
01:01:13
beautiful Judi!
Nora
01:01:17
Thank you RSK/Sasha/Judy/everyone
bimershein
01:01:17
This is wonderful, thank you!!
Maryann King
01:01:18
Thank you Rabbi! It’s perfect.
Alex Schapiro
01:01:22
Thank you :)
Marasu
01:01:24
peace and good health
kkarpel_G4
01:01:25
Thank you!
Tim
01:01:26
Thanks everyone!
lena
01:01:26
Thank you Rabbi!
Mickey
01:01:27
Thank you RSK
Allison Drew Klein
01:01:31
Thank you Judy! Next time with the clarinet??
peterklein
01:01:32
I split screen the ZOOM site with the Sepharia online texts so I can watch both simultaneously.
julia
01:01:38
Thank you Judy and Rabbi and all commentators!!
Sheldon Wertman
01:01:42
From Sheldon, thank you
Marasu
01:01:43
thank you
Jose Luis
01:01:44
thank you Judy, thank you Rabbi
Brian Cohen
01:01:48
Thank you, Rabbi, Judy, Sasha, and everyone
Mickey
01:01:52
Thanks to all
CindyELevitz
01:01:55
have a good weekend - do your best, everyone!
Randi Sarokoff
01:01:57
Thank you Rabbi, you did great!
Allison Drew Klein
01:02:05
Rabbi, this is a huuuuge mitzvah! Thank you again, you're the best oxox
Marcy Kahn
01:02:14
Tremendous, Rabbi! God bless you.
J.B. Sacks
01:02:19
Yasher ko-ach, Rabbi!
Emily Greene
01:02:20
A big thank you to everyone working to put this together.
CindyELevitz
01:02:21
thank you, Rabbi!
Jose Luis
01:02:22
amen
ira r
01:02:23
AMEN!
Harold Levine
01:02:32
For those of you on the Upper East Side, I’ve been taking a walk along the river every afternoon at 4 pm, leaving from 60th and going up to Gracie Mansion. If you want to come along message me at 917.488.1594. You can meet me at 60th or along the way. Social distancing respected!
Pierre Vallet
01:02:33
Take care Rabbi! Stay Healthy
CandiceStaceyHarris
01:02:37
Thank you. as I'm working from home I have to go in Amen Rabbi .and out of class.
peterklein
01:02:38
Blessings to all. It’s a mitzvah for all of us to study together.
Leslie's iPad
01:02:42
thank you RSK
J.B. Sacks
01:05:10
They also help guide us in presenting our people's foundational story and wisdom in the way that our people have understood it through their understandings of these texts.
J.B. Sacks
01:05:56
Friends, I have to get ready for work. Blessings to all. Shabbat shalom u-m'vorach--a Shabbat of calm, of wholeness, of blessing!
sasha
01:07:06
Gail i see you and we will get to you!
Marasu
01:10:50
Shalom