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Human Being Rise up! A Beautiful Song and Inspirational Words in Parashat V’yigash

In times of challenge lift up your Humanity, read and hear the very inspirational words of the Rav Kook and the Melody of Abigail Uziel Perform by Kolot Rabim Human Being Rise Up! Rise up, for you have the power. You have wings of the spirit, wings of powerful eagles.  Do not deny them, or they will deny you. Seek

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Hanukkah Rocks! PoveSham brings you the top 9 songs!

Al Hanisim  – Udi davidi     Mi Yemalel – Craig Taubman       Nerotai Haze’irim – Ruchama Raz       Banu Hoshech Legaresh! – Oren Tzur and Nadav Bachar http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ofjL3z8yXmc       Hanukkah Song – Adam Sandler http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d1sf5yqZX-k       Ner Li + Lichvod Ha-Hanukkah – From Parpar Nechmad… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_u5x2jUUthU       Sevivon –

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…”And God saw that Leah was hated”…(Gen 29:31) A Midrash- Song with a happy end for this story. By Zvika Pick and Ehud Manor

I LOVE YOU LEAH That very morning I won’t forget when you hid your head in the pillow the sunlight rested on the tent and my head was beaten by drunkenness.When I whispered her name in your ear you grabbed my hands in your cold hand and one warm tear fell into my palms.   Behold, many days passed and

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A kind reminder of parashat “Vayetze” in days of hopelessness for Israel – Certainly God is in this place and I didn’t know it! (Gen 28:16) some music to inspire our souls – Mush Ben Ary “Jah is one” -” Elohim Echad”

Jah is one (English translation follows)   Music: Mosh Ben Ari Words: Mosh Ben Ari   The day opens, I open my heart A minute comes, clears out the pain How beautiful life is Let’s for a minute get together and be brothers   He we are human beings Addicted to the illusion That if somebody else is different from you

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The energies and the peace to step into Shabbat after a hard week in Israel

Carlebach Melodies at a Kobi Oz performance “You hallowed it as the most precious of days, drawing our attention to the work of Creation”.(From the Shabbat prayer)     Carlebach Melodies (again) at a Mika Karni performance “Let there be peace in your stronghold serenity in your palace” (Psalms 122)  

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