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Psalm Study w/ Rabbi Kleinbaum - Shared screen with speaker view
Saul’s iPad
18:22
Good Morning everyone
noreendeandresser
19:30
Morning
Yael
19:57
Congrats!
Randi Sarokoff
19:57
Happy Anniversary
Cindy E Levitz
20:00
Good morning!
Saul’s iPad
20:10
Happy Anniversary Babette
Jinny
20:31
Hello everyone
Randi Sarokoff
20:44
Good Morning Rabbi
Judy Papenfus
21:21
so sorry Ed
Sharon Golub
21:22
Happy Anniversary Babette and Bruce!
Betsy Imershein
21:31
BJ also has a morning and evening minyan
noreendeandresser
25:30
Can you give the full name for BJ?
Saul’s iPad
26:01
B’nai Jeshurun
Karen Krop
26:01
www.bj.org
Anika Cooper
26:41
https://www.bj.org/ for Dean
don weiss
27:15
Have a blessed day - don weiss
Yael
27:39
RSK can actually sing!
Steven Fruh
28:05
Good morning, everyone.
marsha melnick
28:11
pretty good your rendition of considering candles burning 😜
Leslie Bernstein
28:35
Dedicated to Adrienne Cooper
Yael
31:36
Curious why you're reading yud he vav he as "hashem" rather than "Adonai".
Donna Gray
33:00
The rabbi's sound overmodulates when she goes too close to the microphone.
Anika Cooper
33:31
Dedicated to the recent memory of Vittoria
Ellen Poster
33:34
in memory of my parents Ruth and Seymour Matuson
Stephen Dym
35:50
Adonoy sound like adonis?
Yael
35:55
Adonai is actually a plural. Adoni would be the singular.
Sarah Siegel
36:11
…except when praying, right? All Jews say Adonai during prayers, though, correct?
gailmeister
36:38
Plural adonai parallel to elohim (also plural)?
Sharon Sonnenschein
37:01
Is this the only psalm that deals with a specific event in David's life
Yael
37:06
Yes, Elohim is also plural.
Yael
37:56
I like to think that the ancient Jews referred to g-d as male, female, and plural (non-binary).
Hilary Nudell
39:14
Could it be of his story?
Ellen Poster
39:22
even Shekinah has non-binary implications
Harold Levine
40:16
Sharon, you may want to read the introduction to Psalm 3 in the Alter scan I distributed. It’s possible that the first line is a title, added later, which has become part of the text during centuries of transmission.
Yael
40:52
Many
Yael
41:04
Tzures
lisebrown
41:10
mitzraim
Yael
41:47
How many are my foes
Yael
43:28
To my soul
Yael
44:16
We also use this word when saying leave me alone. leave me to my nefesh.
Joseph Frankel
44:17
Descartes
lisebrown
45:09
Doesn’t nefesh have some early meaning of “neck”? Of blood flowing through..
Yael
46:44
El
Sarah Siegel
47:06
Yael
lisebrown
47:17
plural
Yael
47:18
Plural
Yael
48:06
Is Sela like Amen?
Jinny
48:34
Selah sometimes praise
Sarah Siegel
48:41
Like saying, “Word.”
Donna Gray
48:48
We've sung Amen, Selah in the chorus
Meret
48:52
A++100%
Harold Levine
49:17
You all should have the scan of the Alter Psalms, with the introduction. He has a long discussion of Selah.
Randi Sarokoff
50:22
Lord
Jacob Niemi
50:36
I believe there is also a theory that "selah" may have been a musical superscription, akin to "forte"
Yael
51:27
IDF - tzvah hagana l'Israel
Yael
51:47
Tzahal
Sarah Siegel
51:50
Irgun
Yael
52:34
Self
Yael
53:39
Harim - mountains
Sarah Siegel
54:35
Kamim alai vs. Oomayrim roshi
Jeremy Lawrence
55:11
The psalmist is being denigrated by the psalmist's enemies not necessarily by the psalmist on whose side God stands.
Jeremy Lawrence
56:07
The despair is that the psalmist will be destroyed by the psalmist's enemies.
Sarah Siegel
56:08
Negative rising vs. positive rising. People compared to God.
lisebrown
56:39
meir’im v.1 parallels kamim in v.4. These are the bookends (?)
Yael
58:06
Yas
Yael
58:09
Yes
gailmeister
58:49
Balanced against the ata in earlier verse
Adria Benjamin
59:10
Does that make it more intimate and personal?
Darina Ivanova
01:00:28
My native Bulgarian is like that, with person and number embedded into verb ending; it is (Modern) English that has lost those endings so you always need proniouns.
Darina Ivanova
01:02:10
I mean that's an unusal development even for an Indo-European labguage like English to depend on pronouns instead of verbendings
gailmeister
01:08:34
Second word looks like primitive Hebrew
Darina Ivanova
01:09:02
I'm impressed that there even are spaces between words
Sarah Siegel
01:09:45
Thanks for posting an image. You know those puzzles, where they tell you to look for the first word you see? Here, I saw “Chaim,” on the 3rd row of text, which is very encouraging to me!
Regina Linder
01:10:10
CBST early leader/member Murray Lichtenstein is a Scrolls scholar
Allison Drew Klein
01:10:42
Get Micha to do it.
Darina Ivanova
01:11:32
Thank you, Sarah, I can see that 'chaim" now.
Yael
01:13:17
ALl the lines start with the letter Lamed
Darina Ivanova
01:13:35
Can anyone recognize the second letter of the first word? At first I thought it was a Shin, but the Shins in the rest of the text look different.
Darina Ivanova
01:14:00
Wow, inddeed, Yael (at least the Lamed is always recognizable)
Yael
01:14:08
It might be Ayin and Vav, which would be LeOlam.
Randi Sarokoff
01:14:19
L'dor v'dor
Yael
01:14:28
Same as the 5th line.
Darina Ivanova
01:15:38
Indeed. It's googd to have a native speaker around
Darina Ivanova
01:16:38
When I started studying Hebrew on a whim two years ago, I had no idea that I would get into this. :)
Sarah Siegel
01:16:42
Thank you!
Sarah Siegel
01:16:47
Yes, thrilling!
Betsy Imershein
01:16:48
Wonderful study! Much thanks!!
Judy Papenfus
01:16:50
great class. thank you.
Jose Luis Martin
01:16:57
thank you!
Gail Winter
01:16:58
Wonderful
noreendeandresser
01:17:05
Thank you all
Randi Sarokoff
01:17:06
Thank you RSK, Harold and Julia