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Psalm Study w/ Rabbi Kleinbaum - Shared screen with speaker view
CBST
22:15
rabbi check you mic
Janine Edmee Hakim
22:23
Good day to all
Emily Greene
23:13
Good morning!
Jeffrey Weiss
23:50
Good morning everyone.
Adria Benjamin
24:20
Kenneth, get well very soon. Speedy healing!
Saul’s iPad
24:36
G’morning everyone
Cindy E Levitz
24:55
feel better soon, Ken!
Adria Benjamin
25:30
Rabbi, what about Granola Brei
marsha melnick’s iPad
26:03
Rabbi it will be more than wonderful to be with you and Randi and our community, regardless
Peter Klein
26:32
Try making knaidlach for one
Nora’s iPhone
26:45
is
Nora’s iPhone
27:04
Wondering if it’s just on my end that the sound is going in and out?
Yael
27:10
Very easy!
noreendeandresser
27:20
Good Morning!
Peter Klein
28:09
Please yes- Fleece hoodie!
Sheldon Wertman
28:27
Did anyone see Rabbi Weiss the other night on TV news
Megan Cossey
32:05
BEAUTIFUL!!!
Rafaela Anshel
32:21
thank Julia
Donna Gray
32:26
I don't have sound.
Steve Fruh
32:31
Thank you so much Julia.
Donna Gray
32:43
Figured it out
marsha melnick’s iPad
32:48
👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻
Yael
33:04
Yay!!
Shira Johnston
33:17
Awesome!
eleanor
40:27
Harold sent out an email on april 1st with the first few psalms from alter
Megan Cossey
41:20
I don’t understand: when we say “line” do we mean the same thing as “clause”? So each verse is two lines or two clauses?
Marla Mitchnick
41:21
If anyone could email that to me later I would appreciate it! I am joining from California today - mitchnickpictures@gmail.com
Katherine Katsanis-Semel
42:05
Welcome, Marla! : - ) I’m in San Diego; my wife is in NYC. 🙏
Marla Mitchnick
43:22
Not an expert but I reckon a line is single, a clause is the whole sentence, or a pair of lines -
Marla Mitchnick
43:40
meaning, in this case the clauses are pairs
Darina Ivanova
43:53
Marla, email Harold Levine at hslevine@gmail.com
Marla Mitchnick
44:45
Thank you Darina
Marla Mitchnick
45:18
Andy hi Katherine! I used to attend in person but moved to California in 20111
Marla Mitchnick
45:19
2011
Allison Drew Klein
46:18
Let them eat cake!
Marla Mitchnick
49:21
oops sorry Megan!
Julia Ostrov
54:02
Kristen writing, who is the “me” in “let me tell of the decree…” ?
Megan Cossey
54:07
Question: for Psalm 2 is there any debate/disagreement between translations about who is the speaker of each verse?
Katherine Katsanis-Semel
55:25
Right on, Marla! Blessings*
Betsy Imershein
55:26
In my version, in verse 9 it says” “You, David, will break them with a rod of iron and shatter them like pottery. How and why is David suddenly here?
Nina Luban
56:39
Is the "anointed one" King David?
Jeremy Lawrence
57:18
I think number 7 is the psalmist
Marilyn Greenberg
57:20
As a Zen priest
Hilary Nudell
57:48
Sharon Salzberg, Joseph Goldstein and Jack Kornfeld, Jew-booz all.
Donna Gray
57:56
I love Sylvia Boorstein/s book "That's Funny, You Don't Look Buddhist."
Jeremy Lawrence
58:02
Adonai said to me me is the psalmist
marsha melnick’s iPad
01:02:13
roman
Rafaela Anshel
01:02:41
I like Fischer translation
Nina Luban
01:02:43
No "anointed one." It's about us.
marsha melnick’s iPad
01:03:47
can you put fischer up again?
Ellen Poster
01:06:28
gevurah, din is an attribute of HaShem in Jewish mysticism - since we are created in HaShem’s image - anger is part
Doug Susan Warsett
01:06:52
the verses 6 onward are referring directly to 2 Samuel in which God is speaking to Nathan to say these same things to David.
Ellen Poster
01:06:53
of our make up as well
Jose Luis
01:07:19
what about "gay"?
Regina Linder
01:08:53
The final line of the Fisher, "accept what is" is the essence of yogi teaching.
Marilyn Greenberg
01:10:08
Sounds like Yom Kippur pt
Yael
01:10:10
contentment
Andrea Katz
01:10:27
in Fisher I felt more of a sense of G_d as being an internal experience rather than external
Marilyn Greenberg
01:11:15
Who shall be happy, who shall not
Marla Mitchnick
01:15:03
I would like to understand why this is sometimes referred to as “David’s” psalm - if that is even true (I read it on the internet LOL) - how many times is David’s name written into the original hebrew?
victor haim
01:15:50
begiining of the spalm is empty as for whatever happening in the world you always 3 differents ways to react
Katherine Katsanis-Semel
01:16:38
wow!! beautiful voice! 🙏🦋
Steve Fruh
01:16:58
clap clap clap
Jose Luis
01:17:06
bravo!
Elona Gagani
01:17:08
see you tomorrow! thank you
Darina Ivanova
01:17:08
We went to the other extreme when we were under a Soviet-style comunist regime; the message tht we were taught even at school was that the individual was absolutely unimportant and all theat mattered was "the common good" (don't ask me how that tied together).
Nina Luban
01:17:08
Thank you!
Janine Edmee Hakim
01:17:11
Thank you
Mickey Dickenson
01:17:13
Thank you
Maryann King
01:17:19
Thank you!
Katherine Katsanis-Semel
01:17:20
Thank you
Lena Magnone
01:17:27
Thank you!
Shira Johnston
01:17:27
Thank you, Rabbi -Thank you Harold!
Jeffrey Weiss
01:17:35
Thank you.
Marla Mitchnick
01:18:52
Robert Alter
Marla Mitchnick
01:18:57
Norman Fisher
Marla Mitchnick
01:19:04
Steven Mitchell
Mickey Dickenson
01:19:49
mechon-mamre.org
Darina Ivanova
01:21:27
hslevine@gmail.com
Darina Ivanova
01:21:37
Harold's emaikl
Darina Ivanova
01:21:40
*email