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Year: “2016
Besamim
Nov 10, 2016
Havdallah marks a descent. We are stepping down from Shabbat into the earthy, into the weekly, into the mundane – what is wine doing here?
by Rabbi Dr Akiva Tatz
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Nov 10, 2016
Havdallah marks a descent. We are stepping down from Shabbat into the earthy, into the weekly, into the mundane – what is wine doing here?
by Rabbi Dr Akiva Tatz
Melodies and Moments
Nov 10, 2016
“Within the temporal and metaphysical space of Shabbat, there are no smartphones or devices to document; there are only moments...”
by ​Eliezer (Eric) Lawrence
Paradise Regained
Nov 10, 2016
Whenever we celebrate Shabbat we experience a kind of paradise regained
by Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks
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Nov 10, 2016
Havdallah marks a descent. We are stepping down from Shabbat into the earthy, into the weekly, into the mundane – what is wine doing here?
Soil
Nov 8, 2016
The Shabbat Project’s Simon Apfel chatted to celebrated novelist, Jonathan Safran Foer (author of Everything is Illuminated, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, and, most recently, Here I Am), quizzing him about his professed love of Shabbat, social changes wrought by the explosion in technology, and the nature of Jewish identity.
by ​Jonathan Safran Foer
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Nov 8, 2016
The Shabbat Project’s Simon Apfel chatted to celebrated novelist, Jonathan Safran Foer (author of Everything is Illuminated, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, and, most recently, Here I Am), quizzing him about his professed love of Shabbat, social changes wrought by the explosion in technology, and the nature of Jewish identity.
by ​Jonathan Safran Foer
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Nov 8, 2016
The Shabbat Project’s Simon Apfel chatted to celebrated novelist, Jonathan Safran Foer (author of Everything is Illuminated, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, and, most recently, Here I Am), quizzing him about his professed love of Shabbat, social changes wrought by the explosion in technology, and the nature of Jewish identity.
Guitar Moishele
Nov 4, 2016
Good Shabbos. Two words called out from pre-war Vienna that continue to echo through to today. This is a story within a story within a story within a story – and while the character at the centre of this narrative Russian Doll has long been silenced, more layers are continuously being added. One thing’s for sure – once you meet Moishele Good Shabbos, you’re not likely to forget him.
by Shlomo Katz
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Nov 3, 2016
An event of almost mythical proportions.
by The Shabbat Project
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Oct 31, 2016
"Everyone was inspired and energised by the idea of the whole Jewish world keeping this Shabbat together.”
by The Shabbat Project
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Oct 26, 2016
G-d has us learn how to be okay with life as it is, how to allow ourselves to experience the moment without trying to take away or add.
by Shais Taub
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Soil
The soil in which I was planted
by ​Jonathan Safran Foer