Israeli Poetry with Rachel Korazim - Shared screen with speaker view
i can’t find the link to print outs in Facebook.
Go to the Israeli Poetry page on the left & click on Files
thank u and we all thank u
thanks for the link!
is this being recorded? I missed the beginning
Yes it is.
the "recording" light is on
Would someone please send me a link to the rsourcw\\
please send link to resource materials
Source Materials: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/6bbjzl1epw3uyxn/AACvqk1yiL4oah1c-Q5feF9ia?dl=0
Or the She'khina
please make sure you have muted your microphone,
Phyllis, Well read!
Miriam as Yitro
Jessica Spitalnic Mates
Delegation is easier said than done.
What year was this written?
although in many households today it does not fall all to the women and not all of us are exhausted and ready to fall asleep
But it still speaks to the perfectionists among us
But I can report, I did this once, before my husband died -- assigned each of the 15 parts to guests to prepare as they saw fit. It was the absolute best seder ever!
This is the Orthodox segment who is speaking
Still traditionally the woman’s task
Mitch, yes I was thinking the same thing about Yitro.
this is “l’shanah ha’a’a” for the woman in the kitchen.
please please mute if u are not speaking
Rachel you have to unmute me
I agree the perfectionist proble,
problem is with many of us every day. it would be a great thing to be free of
Rochelle's iPad (2)
I think we were brought up to believe we needed to be perfect
Sue Melmed, can you mute yourself please?
free of fear and guilt. how wonderful would that be
Sue Mlmed…mute yourself
there are many people not on mute -- please mute!
please stay on mute it is very distracting
You know that's right Randi!
I thought the drawing was just the esoteric background. lol
it seems to be a zoom problem. had it the other day on another meeting
never seen that before on zoom -- interesting.
is there only one muslim woman?
Only one religious one. There are others
Only in traditional dress. Most are Arab if not Moslem
I imagine that there are more, just not wearing Hijab. Also some may be Arab Christian.
Not every Muslim woman wears the covering
my assumption only one hijab I woman but thar doesn’t mean only one muslim
It is a totally mixed choir
not every Muslim man wears head covering — just as among us Jews
not every Muslim woman LOL
and nit every Arab/Palestinian/non-Jew in Israel is Muslim
Where can we find this? Youtube?
how do we view/share the recordings?
Elana Kling Perkins
Please do more!! These selections are fantastic- and your explanation make them even more fascinating. More please!
Google Rana Choir Chad Gadya. Easily found.
I would love to do a 3rd Pesach poetry class!
Thank you for a beautiful session.
I should have specified: the recordings of these classes.
I would also love to do more Pesach poetry! This is wonderful
thank you! What time tomorrow?
Thank you. Wonderful!
thank you Rachel!!!
Thank you Rachel. Is the recording of the Rana choir AVAILABLE?
Rachel, thank you!
MANY THANK YOU _ RACHEL IMENU
Linda, it depends on where you are. 11am PDT.
Thank you so much once again, Rachel. Such a special program.
Loved the choir! Loved the poem and the music.
Thanks you very much Rachel
Todah rabah Rachel!
This was a deeply moving session, Rachel, Todah Rabbah. I’d love to have a 3rd seder of poetry as well.
kol hakavod v’todah rabbah!
Thank you for a great lesson, as usual.
Thank you so much Rachel!
RACHEL YOU HAVE ALL OF US MUTED!
This was so amazing, Rachel. Thank you very much
Sorry I was late, will here tomorrow on time. Michael Kaftor
YES YES YES to another Pesach session
you have viewers in Minnesota too,
thank you rachael! lovely evening someone wanted to join and couldn’t come in. any suggestions for next time?
Todah, Rachel! Debbie Yoburn
תודה רבה רחל
can someone explain how I view the recording later?