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I’M OUTTA HERE! – a Yom Kippur message by Rabbi Baruch Cohon

I’M OUTTA HERE! – a Yom Kippur message by Rabbi Baruch Cohon Only a prophet can expect a direct communication from G-d. Right? And when he gets one, he needs to follow instructions. But what if he doesn’t? A special … Continue reading

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HOW CLOSE IS CLOSE? By Rabbi Baruch Cohon

HOW CLOSE IS CLOSE? By Rabbi Baruch Cohon This Shabat, Saturday morning September 20th, the morning before those midnight S’lichot penitential services in synagogues throughout the world, Jews will re-read the words from a farewell speech by Moses. The people … Continue reading

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NULL AND VOID – Kol Nidrey blog by Rabbi Baruch Cohon

NULL AND VOID — Kol Nidrey blog by Rabbi Baruch Cohon Recently I heard someone refer to “Kol Nidrey,” the famous chant that opens the evening service of Yom Kippur, as “the most moving Jewish prayer of all.”  Actually, Kol … Continue reading

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