A Drasha for Parshat Lech-Lecha-and Hassidic Niggun, Too

Rabbi Avraham Arieh Trugman, of Ohr Chadash gives regular shiurim (Torah lessons) on the Torah and Jewish mysticism.  Here is one shiur on the Torah portion to be read this Shabbat, with a little niggun (musical tune, often Chassidic) thrown in to set the mood.  You can also check it out on Radio Free Nachlaot.

Why not visit his and his wife's, the Rebbetzin Rachel's, blog called New Horizons, which has wonderful insights into the Torah, Jewish traditions, the Jewish calendar, prayer and mysticism?  For the month of Heshvan, or Mar-Heshvan--just feast your SOUL.

(You'll find so much more meaning there, than here):

Makes perfect sense.

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Batya said…
and a Shabbat Shalom to you, too
Lady-Light said…
Batya: Hey? Hey? That's all you have to say? (I mean, Shabbat Shalom to you, too, but)--I'm still trying to pick myself up from the floor after reading the "Atheism" poster.

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