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Psalm Study w/ Rabbi Kleinbaum - Shared screen with speaker view
Anika Cooper
17:47
Boker tov!
Sheldon Wertman
20:18
From Sheldon, Made a Matzor Bri
Anika Cooper
21:18
What time is that tonight?
Anika Cooper
22:00
I am a member and didn’t get that email - hope to get the reminder.
Yael
22:53
I have two of them!
eleanor
25:45
the ipad person didn't want to have their name changed yesterday
Harold Levine
26:10
iPad is Sherri and Debbie, I believe. It’s provided by work.
Mickey Dickenson
27:27
the name you see on screen everyone sees?
sasha
27:38
yes Mickey i see your full name
Johanna Sanders
27:48
We will have class April 6,7,8 and April 13 and 14th
Johanna Sanders
28:00
Not the other days
eleanor
28:08
the person could make an additional zoom account, and then sign in with a different name (or that is how it works on my chromebook)
Betsy Imershein
28:17
And what about the add-on Fridays?
Betsy Imershein
28:30
Are we starting this Friday?
Yael
28:35
People can turn off their video if theyre doing something the rest of us don't need to see.
Jen Marshall
28:42
You can actually change how your name appears. Click on the 3 dots in the corner of your box.
Judy Ribnick
28:42
Boker too, everyone!
sasha
28:46
no Betsy —I think the Rabbi will address this
Harold Levine
28:47
https://forms.gle/rSudGVRczA89tdLz5
Judy Ribnick
28:47
Please remain on mute but sing out at home! You can sing this as a round, too!Psalm 133:1Hi-neih ma tov u-mah na-imSheve achim/nashim/kulanu yachad.Behold, how good and how pleasant it isfor brothers/sisters/all of us to dwell together.
Mickey Dickenson
29:24
I found you in spam Harold.....LOL
Harold Levine
29:55
Please register for the class emails if you haven’t yet. If you’re registered, check that you’re receiving the emails. There were several yesterday. If you registered and are not getting the emails, check your spam and/or promotions filters.
Harold Levine
29:59
https://forms.gle/rSudGVRczA89tdLz5
Harold Levine
31:21
The Psalms class emails come from hslevine@gmail.com.
Steve Fruh
31:23
Good morning everyone.
Yael
32:17
Great drawing!
Elona Gagani
32:36
very nice picture
noreendeandresser
32:48
Truly, great!
CBST
32:51
Psalms 2
Allison Drew Klein
35:19
What happens before 10:10am?
sasha
35:37
you can come in if named Allison
megancossey
35:44
before 10:10 am you can enter normally
Donna Gray
36:32
Will the Town Hall be recorded?
Harold Levine
36:57
Share on the FB page!
CBST
37:21
Town Hall WILL be recorded tonight
CBST
37:46
I have included the PDFs of the Psalms used today
cindy levitz
37:49
who can I contact to “rename” my iPad - I’ve been naming it when I get into the class
CBST
37:56
Please scroll up.
Saul’s iPad
38:07
will we have to register for Debra’s class tomorrow?
eleanor
38:27
@cindy, do you have a zoom account? then you can have a permanent name.
Tim
38:39
And it's free to set up a Zoom account.
cindy levitz
38:56
idk - I’ll check
eleanor
39:01
you can control all your settings
eleanor
39:25
you dont need an account to join a zoom meeting, but it lets you control many of your settings
Betsy Imershein
39:48
And the friday psalm writing class?
cindy levitz
40:35
thanks - I’ll try to set up a Zoom account
sasha
40:52
great Cindy keep us posted how it goes!
iPhone
40:56
I need to rename my I phone. I’ll need help changing it
megancossey
40:57
oh cool re open room tomorrow!
Laurie Krotman
41:45
Can you send out an email reviewing all these dates or include them in your next eblast. Thank you.
cindy levitz
41:58
Sasha - how can I contact you, if I have a problem?
Sarah Siegel
42:09
Wow! Thanks, Harold.
sasha
42:28
Cindy - send me a facebook PM message if you are on facebook?
Naomi Hirsch
42:31
Harold Levine is a lamed-vavnik!!!!!!
Sarah Siegel
42:33
When does it start and end on Shabbat morning?
Harold Levine
42:39
All of the details covered by the rabbi will be in an email I’ll send right after class.
Sarah Siegel
42:49
+1 Naomi
benjaminshafran
46:36
Egyptian Pharos went even further and considered themselves Gods
Tim
47:16
Traduttore tradittore.
Hilary Nudell
48:50
I'm still confused about who the anointed is in the psalm. It is contrasted with Kings and princes, so who is it?
marsha melnick’s iPad
49:04
How do we know these are poems?
sasha
49:30
Hilary can we look at your question after we read through the Psalm? i think a lot of us are curious!
Sarah Siegel
51:24
As opposed to what, Marsha? Great question.
Kat's iPhone
51:53
Love these classes....
Ellen Poster
52:27
people plan and G-d laughs
Janine Edmee Hakim
52:58
Would you please send it to me again....an unfortunate glitch prevented it landing in my inbox...G-d bless arubyfish@aol.com
Peter Klein
53:42
Ancient monarchs were not only the select/anointed by gods but were themselves either the chief priest or celebrant and/or a divinity by descent from the ruling god. [Egypt, Babylon, Assyria, Greece, Rome, China, Japan, etc.] As such, they combined both the temporal and spiritual ruler on earth. The Hebrew kingdoms almost uniquely separated church and state. Kings were anointed but authorities only in temporal affairs. Priests exerted control over ritual intercession.
marsha melnick’s iPad
53:42
a private in verse - the internal hebrew has some what we call alliteration but i don.t know enough to discern. was poetry an ancient a biblical form as we understand poetry? or ...
marsha melnick’s iPad
54:25
oops - a private journal in verse?
Gail Winter
54:28
is that always the case
Kat's iPhone
55:18
Ellen: That’s my “mantra” these days - how did you know? And is it only me? 🤪😂
megancossey
55:31
Question: are the two phrases before and after each semi colon the “two lines” of poetry?
Harold Levine
55:41
This is the Sefaria translation. safaria.org
Tim
55:55
* sefaria.org
Harold Levine
56:33
Sorry. Tim is right. sefaria.org
Ellen Poster
56:38
Kat, how smart, of course it’s all of us - another way psalm 2 speaks to us now
Harriet and Ruth
57:35
What is the meaning of the vertical line between certain words?
steven’s iPad
58:03
if psalms mean praises ...is it praises fro god? or praises for us internally?
steven’s iPad
58:12
its steven raphael
Gail 'Malka' Meister
59:12
Sounds like what the king said in welcoming Esther, a statement of acceptance and generosity
Tim
01:00:17
Ki hine kachamer
Jeremy Lawrence
01:00:49
We seem to have three "Kings"
Betsy Imershein
01:00:54
my translation in v9 says: You, David, will break them with a rod of iron and shatter them like poetry.” David isn’t directly mentioned in the verse - any thoughts why he’s named in my translation?
Sarah Siegel
01:01:06
I like the idea of “a private journal in verse” — a new genre to me(!)
Jeremy Lawrence
01:02:01
One mention in verse 2. One in verse 6 one in versed 10
Darina Ivanova
01:02:35
Thinking of the shattered pottery image in Unataneh Tokef
Gail 'Malka' Meister
01:03:18
discernment
Yael
01:04:56
Harold noted that the word Amora is pronounced Gemora in English.
Harold Levine
01:07:36
Reminder: if you haven’t done so yet, register your email for the class. If you’ve already registered, check your inbox to make sure you’re receiving the emails.
Harold Levine
01:07:38
Please register for the class emails if you haven’t yet. If you’re registered, check that you’re receiving the emails. There were several yesterday. If you registered and are not getting the emails, check your spam and/or promotions filters.
https://forms.gle/rSudGVRczA89tdLz5
Harold Levine
01:07:56
And join the Facebook group: CBST Psalms Class.
Sarah Siegel
01:08:42
In the spirit of no comment or question is dumb, I was thinking this yesterday: While we say shoftei aretz or malchai aretz, we don’t say amei aretz (am ha’aretz, singular, is an individual who we think of as “salt of the earth”.) I wonder when “am ha’aretz” emerged. Probably wasn’t part of ancient Hebrew. There are kings of the land and judges of the land, but not peoples of the land.
Tim
01:09:03
Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/CBSTPsalms/
Sarah Siegel
01:09:27
(No need to read this aloud. It’s just a musing._
Sarah Siegel
01:10:57
Oops. Tim tactfully reminded me privately, “am ha’aretz” means, ignorant person, rather, and emerged during the Talmud.
Jeremy Lawrence
01:11:12
a lot of epic poems inn these times
Yael
01:11:21
even in the torah - shirat hayam.
Darina Ivanova
01:11:55
The psalms move me so much exactly because they are poetry and very breautiful poetry at that; and I can only relate to religion on the level of feelings and emotions
Harold Levine
01:12:05
Papyrus … stone inscriptions. The Rosetta Stone!
marsha melnick’s iPad
01:13:01
and maybe there were editors (!) over time who tweaked/altered the internal structure
steven’s iPad
01:14:50
thank you Rabbi thank you Sacha thank you Harold
Naomi Hirsch
01:15:27
Could someone briefly explain why R Kleinbaum was just singing Sabbath Prayer from Fiddler on the Roof?! I missed it. Thx.
Harold Levine
01:15:55
It’s the Priestly Blessing. The oldest written text we have from the Second Temple period.
marsha melnick’s iPad
01:16:03
Blessings to all and infinite gratitude to our rabbi and host mavens!
Sarah Siegel
01:16:05
Thanks for the best part of my day so far.
Jessica Bathurst
01:16:12
Thank you everyone!
Mickey Dickenson
01:16:16
thank you
megancossey
01:16:22
thank you!!
Steve Fruh
01:16:23
Thank you
eleanor
01:16:33
shabbat shalom! thank you Rabbi
Jen Marshall
01:16:38
It's lovely to be a part of your community from afar! Thank you for this.
Kat's iPhone
01:16:40
Thank you!! Shabbat Shalom....💗
Darina Ivanova
01:16:44
thank you
Naomi Hirsch
01:16:46
got my answer. thanks, MA!
Naomi Hirsch
01:17:25
Shabbat Shalom from Philadelphia!
MICHAEL GOLDSTEIN
01:17:36
Is a synonym for “happy” “fulfillment?” Thank you. Michael Goldstein