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Psalm Study w/ Rabbi Kleinbaum - Shared screen with speaker view
Ora Ezrachi
20:27
Hi Ken Karpel! nice to see you!
lisebrown
27:21
Knee
Kat Katsanis-Semel (she/her/hers)
27:24
Wonderful blessing! Thank you!
Sarah Siegel
28:06
Julia, that was so kind, for those of us who don’t have human children to interpret children alternately as our creativity.
Elona Gagani
28:40
boker tov
Darina Ivanova
29:16
Good afternoon from Europe lol
Anika Cooper
29:22
Is it possible to create small study groups?
Julia Ostrov
30:03
Sarah, I feel that strongly- there are many ways to be fruitful in this world!
Hilary Nudell
32:08
Rabbi Weiner
Stephen Dym
32:11
Helen Scneider
Sarah Siegel
32:11
In memory of my parents (z”l).
Ellen Poster
32:23
in memory of my parents Ruth and Seymour Matuson
Megan Cossey
32:34
In memory of my dear friend and fellow writer and creator Lee Kazimir Ostrowski
Sharon Golub
32:35
Studying in honor of Dr. Jay Galst, my eye doctor and friend for over 30 years.
Ruth Plave
33:03
In memory of my friends' siblings who died of COVID19.
Kat Katsanis-Semel (she/her/hers)
33:43
In memory of & in honor of my Grandma, Yiayia Katina. May her memory be for a blessing, always.
Laurie Krotman
34:22
In memory of my sister Meri Frank Apfel who died of COVID19
Leslie Bernstein
34:39
In memory of poet and teacher Vera Lachlan
Rafaela Anshel
34:59
In memory of Gary Henkle and my niece Nina Janelle Alberts.
Leslie Bernstein
35:10
Lachmann-I hate auto-correct!
Sarah Siegel
35:18
Sounds heavenly to be distanced from “…national Tumults Kibitizers fashionable Memes.”
Sarah Siegel
36:05
“Rebelling for the sake of rebellion” is all too easy.
Ellen Poster
37:01
I remember when people said about Trump, “It’s just good to shake things up.”
Sarah Siegel
37:20
I think it would be fine to mix in some French.
Sarah Siegel
37:48
(And I don’t even know French)
Darina Ivanova
40:01
Sorry for not commenting properly today; I just suddenly feel very tired, but I still appreciate your poems.
Ellen Poster
40:39
Darina, We at Todeph
Ellen Poster
42:25
Darina, We at Rodeph Shalom in Philadelphia, thought your poem was so beautiful and moving, we are using it for this week’s Shabbat Jewish meditation!
Stephen Dym
42:52
Love the word fulfilled and all that it conjures up
Darina Ivanova
42:53
Wow, Ellen, I'm honoured! :)
Sarah Siegel
42:54
Fulfillment vs. oblivion. I’ll take fulfillment (at my best).
Megan Cossey
46:00
I love this one! It would make a great picture on my wall :)
Sarah Siegel
46:08
Love the mirror idea.
Darina Ivanova
46:39
Joining the chorus that loves the mirror idea :)
Stephen Dym
47:23
In the image of ....
Ellen Poster
47:24
Created in G-d’s image
Jose Luis Martin
48:14
I'm in Spain
Hilary Nudell
50:10
Brilliant!
Sarah Siegel
50:11
Angels as parents and children?
Jeffrey Weiss
50:29
Very beautiful Megan.
Donna Gray
50:57
Elona, Brava!
Donna Gray
51:17
Loved your psalm, Megan,
marsha melnick
51:27
How true, wonderful that you caught that spirit
Sarah Siegel
51:27
I appreciated the consequences of the hubris of, “We are the best!"
Elona Gagani
51:39
grazie Donna!
SteveFruh
51:46
Thank you, Megan. Love it.
Donna Gray
52:01
Prego!
Elona Gagani
56:12
😘
Shep Wahnon
56:21
Megan, beautiful! I loved it. thanks
Megan Cossey
57:06
Thank you all for your comments! So fun to write it and share it with you all :)
Saul’s iPad
57:37
Fantastic!
noreendeandresser
58:25
Great capturing fear muted
Megan Cossey
59:18
Peter I really like the dystopian feel of this
Maryann King
59:22
Peter, that’s so Beautiful
Darina Ivanova
59:40
I love the "palimpsests of your words"
Hilary Nudell
59:44
Beautiful.
Sarah Siegel
59:45
I love “This detritus burns the soul.” I think of detritus being burned typically, but it also can burn the soul if we let is dominate. I didn’t realize you had the geniza in mind with the final line. I prefer to keep my interpretation of the cautionary tale angle.
Elona Gagani
01:00:18
Peter this is so powerful!
Sarah Siegel
01:00:40
*…if we let it dominate.
Stephen Dym
01:00:51
“roots not deep enough…”great image says so much to me
Ellen Poster
01:01:53
speaks to me, too!
Sarah Siegel
01:02:03
I love the idea of yelling at the psalms since they so often seem like they’re narrator by people who themselves are howling/pining/kvetching
Megan Cossey
01:02:26
Agree with you Sarah ...
Megan Cossey
01:02:34
More fun that way, makes them alive and real
Sarah Siegel
01:03:58
I love imagining the time we’re in as “transient weather” — or any time.
Rafaela Anshel
01:04:08
I love this
Shira
01:04:08
Thank you, Peter - this speaks so much to where I am right now and I find it very meaningful.
Stephen Dym
01:04:14
Simply said…love it.
Darina Ivanova
01:04:16
i wsih I could "like' you comments
Sarah Siegel
01:04:50
If I remember first psalm that Harold read today, I appreciated the surprised desire angle.
Ellen Poster
01:09:44
such an exquisite song! thank you so much!
Sarah Siegel
01:09:54
Gorgeous!
Jose Luis Martin
01:09:55
wonderful!
SteveFruh
01:10:01
Thank you, Kristen and Julia.
eleanor
01:10:02
wow! so powerful
Sarah Siegel
01:10:09
Prayers out on a limb!
Darina Ivanova
01:10:17
That song was such a treat, thank you!
Megan Cossey
01:10:19
Amazing … what a great artistic duo
Rafaela Anshel
01:10:28
so beautiful and powerful
Saul’s iPad
01:10:32
So moved
Shep Wahnon
01:10:37
thank you .
Mickey Dickenson
01:10:41
Thank you all
Stephen Dym
01:10:42
Still wandering and I too want to know where the sky begins…so moving
Kenneth Karpel
01:10:54
Thank you both. I’m blown away by your song, and everyone’s psalms.
Laurie Krotman
01:10:57
So beautiful
Gail Winter
01:11:03
So appreciative
noreendeandresser
01:11:04
Thank you all
Jeffrey Weiss
01:11:09
Very beautiful!
marsha melnick
01:11:13
Hosannas to all!
Kat Katsanis-Semel (she/her/hers)
01:11:19
Many sincere thanks!
Megan Cossey
01:11:40
This was such a wonderful sharing of art, poetry and music yesterday and today … really nourishes my soul :)
Shira
01:11:47
Thank you for this beautiful song and its words - David also speaks of going to the bottom of the sea -
Rafaela Anshel
01:11:51
thank you everyone
murielkudera
01:11:58
Muriel here…Thank you so much for all these offerings
Stephen Dym
01:12:02
You are speaking for me megan
Rafaela Anshel
01:12:05
thank for the song
Sarah Siegel
01:12:20
I adore this class. Thank you. And like what Simon’s saying about the depth of blue compared with the depth of knowledge.
Leslie Bernstein
01:12:54
thanks —-takes great courage and creativity — so grateful to all
Elona Gagani
01:14:30
thank you!
Mickey Dickenson
01:14:45
TY
Maryann King
01:14:49
Thank you!
Ellen Poster
01:14:51
thank you everyone for such beauty
Stephen Dym
01:15:52
Thank you all
Peter Klein
01:17:41
thank you all.