Sitting in the little classroom around a plain rectangular table, the experience felt majestic and calming at the same time. We learned Torah, Prophets, Kabbalah…
As you can see, the women are much younger than me! I sometimes got confused and thought I was 19 again, Lol! It could easily have been a mismatch but it was
High up in the mountains, Tzfat is considered “the city of kabbalah”… very spiritual… mystical actually. Cobblestoned streets and winding alleys lead to medieval Synagogues, art galleries and all sorts of captivating nooks and crannies.
Simchat Torah means “The Joy of the Torah”. The festivities are expressed with singing, dancing… No “Cha Cha Slide” but a wild, rockin’, hopping, extravaganza
“Sukkah is the only mitzvah into which a person enters with his muddy boots.” We do this mitzvah with our whole body. “You shall rejoice on your festival
A very wise Rabbi once said that anything can be used for the good or the bad including music… Music just creeps into our beings.. It brings out the child
And then one day, while washing the dishes, I remembered….I have that joy. I know that face. Inside me. It’s….