Israeli Poetry with Rachel Korazim - Shared screen with speaker view
We keep on learning. Sending sincere love! Betsy
winning the war
daf yomi last week
sunsan fried you are not muted
Is the oil miracle also in the yerushalmi Talmud?
This is a great example of Mordechai Kaplan's notion of "revaluating."
The story of the oil is in a Brraita, a tannaitic source from the Land of Israel and probably from the late second century. But true, this Beraita was incorporated in the Bavli and that of course was where there is no olive oil production.
The line should be, "Miracles did not happen to us" .. didn't happen .. to us.
Actually, as Professor Vered Noam shows in her book on Megilat Ta'anit, this is a "Babylonian Baraita" - not from 2nd century Land of Israel but from Babylonia!
Thank you. I stand corrected. Do you know the title of professor Noam's book?
The line should be, "Miracles DID NOT HAPPEN to us" .. didn't happen .. to us.
Rachel and Uri — yes, both correct.
Vered Noam's book is in Hebrew, simply called "מגילת תענית". There's also an article available on JSTOR -נס פך השמן: האומנם מקור לבירור יחסם של חז"ל לחשמונאים?, 'ציון', סז, ד (תשס"ב), 381–400
מה הלינק לשיעור בעברית מחר?
this is what many of us have right how: Time
Yes, and difficult to look into each other's eyes on zoom :-(
Yes! This is a wonderful poem to share with others right now!
So perfect for us in isolation with family because of virus!
Linda Henry Goodman
Beautiful, Cantor Evan Kent!!
thank you to the Cantor
thank you for this poem, Rachel. Tears here, as well. This is the finest contemporary Jewish theology I have encountered.
thank you so much. Powerful. Apologies need to leave for work . Tears also hear. shalom
hard to breath after that. hard even to breath.
Rochelle's iPad (2)
Hauntingly beautiful poem
Sharon ’s iPad
“Facing the Abusing God” by Rabbi David Blumenthal is a theology of protest
chalk ve’ematz :)
the phenomenon of railing against the God you no longer believe in
What a powerful poem by Amnon Grof….brought tears to my eyes.
These sessions keep my days from being ordinary!
Beautiful shiur, many many thanks!
Elana Kling Perkins
Thank you. This was wonderful!
so so wonderful!!!
Thank you! So wonderful!
Amazing! Thank you so much.
thank you Rachel!
Thank you for making each day unique.
janice new ipad (2)
thank you fascinating as usual
janice new ipad (2)
Thank you so much for the Hebrew reading...made everything so much richer
Thanks for a wonderful lesson.
ספר בעברית: קרבת מקום שירי תפילה אנתולוגיה שיצאה בישראל ב-2006
Bridging the isolation of social distancing…thank you all...
I agree: this is making each day unique and gives it meaning
Wonderful! Todah Rabbah!
Rachel, thank you for introducing us to these poems. today's selection was so sad and profound. Elaz Cohen's poem Hear O Lord, can also be read on Soldiers memorial day.
Rachel, thanks a lot, I've learned a lot!
תודה - מדהים לגמרי!
we are having issues with speakers. I loved that you ended with the service in the port. That gave me hope
What is the ZOOM link for the Israeli Hebrew class tomorrow, pleeeeeeeeeeese?
thank you again, Rachel.