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Maharal: Sivan: The Significance of the 3rd Print E-mail
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SivanThe reason that the Holy One, Blessed is He, waited until the third month, Sivan, to give the Torah, was in order for the Children of Israel to completely separate themselves from the past. “Pirud,” or separation, happens

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Rosh Chodesh Sivan: Beginning To Prepare Print E-mail
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ShavuotOne should begin to prepare for Shavuot on Rosh Chodesh Sivan by intensifying his Torah study, and to draw on the holiness that was revealed on that day. (Avodat Yisrael - Inyanei Shavuot.)
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Rosh Chodesh Sivan Kavanot Print E-mail

SivanWe derive the appellation for God’s Name, used in the Rosh Chodesh Mussaf – Additional Prayer – for Rosh Chodesh Sivan from the combination of letters and vowels of the following verses:”You shall make forty

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Hallel: Rosh Chodesh Sivan: An Introduction to Paragraph One Print E-mail

Preparing for SinaiWe know exactly what was happening on the Rosh Chodesh Sivan just days before the Revelation at Sinai. We can read the text and understand how the Children of Israel prepared themselves for Revelation, and the mistakes
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Hallel: Rosh Chodesh Sivan: An Introduction to Second Paragraph Print E-mail

Rosh Chodesh Sivan“They journeyed from Rephidim and arrived at the Wilderness of Sinai and encamped in the Wilderness; and Israel encamped there, opposite the mountain.”“Why did the verse need to review and explain from where
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Hallel: Rosh Chodesh Sivan: An Introduction to Paragraph Three Print E-mail

Hallel“Moses ascended to the Lord, and God called to him from the mountain, saying, ‘ So shall you say to the House of Jacob and relate to the Children of Israel’.” Moshe may have ascended to, “the Lord,” the Divine Attribute of Judgment,
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Hallel: Rosh Chodesh Sivan: An Introduction to Paragraph Four Print E-mail

Kabolas HaTorah“You have seen what I did to Egypt, and that I have borne you on the wings of eagles and brought you to Me.” “You have seen,” personally, not as a tradition or a story, not because I am informing you, not because there
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Hallel: Rosh Chodesh Sivan: An Introduction to Paragraph Five Print E-mail

Sivan“And now, if you hearken well to Me and observe My covenant, you shall be to Me the most beloved treasure of all peoples, for Mine is the entire world.” “If you accept the Covenant now, I will be your guarantor,
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Hallel: Rosh Chodesh Sivan: An Introduction & Commentary to Paragraph Six Print E-mail

Har Sinai“You shall be to Me a kingdom of ministers and a holy nation.” By accepting this Covenant at "this moment," with complete trust that God would guarantee their success, they could become, "A kingdom of ministers,"
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Shavuot Hallel Paragraph VI Part Six Print E-mail
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The Joy of Torah“Bind the festival offering with cords until the corners of the Altar.” (Psalms 118:27) Please, God, bind our experiences of the Hallel to us, so that we can remained connected to Your Altar of Service, even after the Chag has ended. (Chiddushei HaRim)
 
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