Have a wonderful Shabbat Shuva 8th Tishrei 5769


The Holy One, blessed be He,
said to Moses,
“I have a precious gift
in My treasure house,
called the Sabbath,
and desire to give it to Israel;
go and inform them.”
(Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Shabbath, 10b)
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“Have a wonderful Shabbat Shuva!”

eMussar Lesson for Shabbat Shuva 8th Tishrei 5770


eMussar Lesson for Shabbat Shuva 8th Tishrei, 5770 –
Special Issue – The Secret of Yom Kippur

Todays eMussar Lesson

eMussar – The Wisdom of Personal Growth
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“There is no day as good for Israel as the day of Yom Kippur” (Ta’anis 26b).

Usually Yom Kippur is perceived as a somber day of fasting and prayer. What does the Talmud mean when it says that Yom Kippur is the best of days?

There was once a wise and mighty king. One night, while the kingdom was sleeping, all the members of the royal family and all the royal servants came to the palace. One by one, each person dumped a load of garbage at the king’s gate. By the time the night was over there was a mountain of putrid garbage outside the palace door.

What insolence! What an affront to the king! What an outrage! What will be the consequence of their actions?

When morning came the king readied himself to take his daily stroll in the royal garden. He passed through the entranceway to go outside and immediately beheld the mountain of garbage.

Astonishingly, the king showed no anger whatsoever. On the contrary, a joyful smile appeared on his face!

Our Sages use this parable to illustrate what takes place on Yom Kippur. If we cast off our sins on Yom Kippur, Hashem will be happy with us. He will forgive us and cleanse us of all our impurities! There is no greater opportunity than Yom Kippur, when HaShem cleanses our very souls.

Therefore the primary task on Yom Kippur is to recognize and abandon our transgressions. All we have to do is let go of “our garbage.” In His great love for us, Hashem will cleanse us, renew our soul, and forgive us.

TODAY: Imagine unloading all of your sins, flaws, and mistakes on Yom Kippur and Hashem cleaning them away, leaving you feeling totally pure and cleansed.

By Rabbi Zvi Miller.

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On this day Limud yomi for Shabbat Shuva 8th Tishrei 5770


On this day – Limud yomi for Shabbat Shuva 8th Tishrei, 5770


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Daf yomi: Bava Batra 36
Yerushalmi yomi: Sanhedrin 19
Mishna yomit: Negaim 8:6
Halacha yomit: Orach Chaim 336:4
Shabbat parshiot: Ha’azinu

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