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"HaYom" means "today,” or "THE day."

Over the course of the Yamim Noraim, the ten days between Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, Rabbis Chuck Briskin, Fred Greene and Jason Rosenberg and a variety of guests will bring each of you something special: a favorite teaching, in the hopes that your day will become a little more holy.

HaYom Rabbis Chuck Briskin, Fred Greene, and Jason Rosenberg

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"HaYom" means "today,” or "THE day."

Over the course of the Yamim Noraim, the ten days between Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, Rabbis Chuck Briskin, Fred Greene and Jason Rosenberg and a variety of guests will bring each of you something special: a favorite teaching, in the hopes that your day will become a little more holy.

    Rabbi Stephanie Kramer: Leaning In During Challenging Times

    Rabbi Stephanie Kramer: Leaning In During Challenging Times

    How can we do more than just get through our struggles? Is it possible to use them, and to grow from them? 

    Rabbi Stephanie Kramer, the Senior Associate Rabbi at Congregation Shomrei Torah in Santa Rosa, California explores the poem “The Cure” by Albert Huffstickler, with Rabbi Mona Alfi and Rabbi Chuck Briskin

    You can find the poem at http://www.ayearofbeinghere.com/2015/12/albert-huffstickler-cure.html

    • 25 min
    Rabbi Elisa Koppel: Finding Friends and Secret-keepers

    Rabbi Elisa Koppel: Finding Friends and Secret-keepers

    Finding friends is about more than hanging out; it’s also about finding someone with whom we can share, and find, our deepest secrets.

    Rabbi Elisa Koppel explores Avot d’Rabbi Natan a8 (on Pirkei Avot 1:6) with Rabbi Fred Greene

    • 12 min
    Rabbi Yael Splansky: Walking Out on God?

    Rabbi Yael Splansky: Walking Out on God?

    When do we walk out on God, and when should we stay? How do we keep going, and how do we find meaning, when our lives get hard?

    Rabbi Yael Splansky of Holy Blossom Temple in Toronto explores a Talmudic text (Ta’anit 25b) with Rabbi Lisa Goldstein and Rabbi Jason Rosenberg.

    • 15 min
    Rabbi Jill Maderer: Showing Up

    Rabbi Jill Maderer: Showing Up

    What’s the difference between just being present and really showing up? What voices are we missing when we don’t notice who is there?

    Rabbi Jill Maderer of Congregation Rodeph Sholom in Philadelphia explores a section of Pirkei d’Rabbi Eliezer about a woman named Serach bat Asher, with Rabbi Elisa Koppel and Rabbi Chuck Briskin

    • 25 min
    The Torah of Our Lives

    The Torah of Our Lives

    What does it mean to study Torah with someone else, and what does it feel like to feel God’s presence in that study? Is Torah just an ancient text, or can it be something in us? 

    Rabbi Sue Shankman of Washington Hebrew Congregation explores Pirkei Avot 3:2 with Rabbi Fred Greene.

    • 24 min
    Welcome To HaYom

    Welcome To HaYom

    Welcome to HaYom. "HaYom" means "today,” or "THE day." 
    Over the course of the Yamim Noraim, the ten days between Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, Rabbis Chuck Briskin, Fred Greene and Jason Rosenberg and a variety of guests will bring each of you something special: a favorite teaching, in the hopes that your day will become a little more holy.

    Welcome to HaYom

    • 33 sec

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