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Israeli Literature - Shared screen with speaker view
barbara kessel
04:15
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Debra Cantor
07:55
You are giving such joy and structure to us during this difficult and stressful time. A time filled with fear and death and uncertainty. Your love for these poems and for us - your students - has brought us together into a kind of global community. What a gift to have you as our teacher Rachel!
Anne Clark
09:00
Beautifully put, thank you.
Deb Solo
10:10
Lucille please mute yourself thank you
Steven Broder
21:20
And sometimes children of 3-4 years old are afraid they will go down the drain in the bathtub.
Jessica Spitalnic Mates
38:56
i missed it - what year is this kodesh hakodashim poem written?
Thomas Alpert
39:13
Dec. 1948
Linda
45:33
What is Sela
Naomi Shenker
45:45
UZG also says: Don't even rely on God, the Goel, still keep the rifle on your shoulder
lauren shachar
46:29
SELA is rock. Strength.
Susie Goldsmith
46:32
What is Sela?
Susie Goldsmith
46:50
Thanks. Didn't see that.
lauren shachar
47:04
SELA is also BOULDER.
Jessica Spitalnic Mates
47:20
also its means stop or pause - i saw it as END
Sheila hauser
48:32
such emotional poems
Nehama Weingarten Mintz
49:22
专讞诇, 诇讗 讛讻专转讬 讗转 讛砖讬专 砖诇 讙讬诇 谞转讬讘. 讗砖诪讞 诇拽讘诇 讗讜转讜!
Violet
54:22
can we see the text
Ruth Kaplan
54:50
But it is not spelled the same as the sela of rock. The word appears 70+ times in the Torah, but its meaning is unknown.
A Ginsburg
56:05
It's an obscure rhetorical expression. There is no direct translation.
stanleykay
58:19
Where i the rest of the poem?
Susie Goldsmith
58:42
Not of the screen that I can see.
ahmw
58:43
where is rest of poem
Liz Singer
59:55
Maybe it is located on the source sheet she posted
ahmw
01:00:08
yes
stanleykay
01:00:40
it is not scrolling down If I go to the source sheet, I will lose the zoom and have to sign in again!
Rena Orenstein
01:01:05
Can鈥檛 scroll down either - can鈥檛 find poem
stanleykay
01:03:27
Thanks you
Aviva Lev-Ari
01:11:25
Thank you
lynnie2
01:11:28
Thank you so much
Anne Clark
01:11:40
Thank you for a really moving and meaningful session.
Harriet Wolpoff
01:11:41
Toah rabah Rachel!
Ruth Kaplan
01:11:51
Thank you SO much, Raquel!
Rhea Dorn
01:12:18
As always wonderfu.l meaningful and this particular session, heartbreaking.
davidsherman
01:13:40
thank you very emotional
Abby Caplin
01:16:38
Thank you, Rachel. I鈥檓 new here, a poet, and I really appreciate the teachings!
lauren shachar
01:18:26
Realizing that the Alterman poem was written in the same time as the Silver Platter.
Sharon
01:23:56
Thank you so much, Rachel! My mother鈥檚 family came from Hungary, too. One of my mother鈥檚 uncles, brought his parents to Haifa in 1929!!! He became an architect. Moshe Aloni was his name. Other relatives, survivors of the family who somehow survived Auschwitz, also made aliya after the war.
lauren shachar
01:25:29
I am corrected about the timing of the Alterman.
Thomas Alpert
01:30:53
Yay Boston!
lauren shachar
01:31:22
Laila tov and good night!