Tag Archives: Shirat HaYam

All crossings are sacred

This is dedicated to my dear friend MH who placed his partner of 38 years into an Altzheimers Care facility today. In Jewish tradition, the entire Bible is divided up into 54 sections, one of which is read every Shabbat … Continue reading

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Crossing the Sea

I chanted Torah for the first time this morning. I guess this means that this was my bat-mitzvah. The parsha for today was Beshelach, and my teacher and I sang “The Song of the Sea (Shirat HaYam),” the crossing over the … Continue reading

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