Virtual Shabbat Box Archives: March 2022
March 25-26Sourced from Ritualwell Sourced from Ritualwell Numbers 12:13 and is set to the melody of a traditional Ukrainian folk lullaby, “The Dream Passes by the Window.” The Hebrew lyrics mean “God please heal her.” The harp music is an adaptation of an arrangement by Carol Kappus. Sourced from Ritualwell Sourced from Hashivenu: Jewish Teachings on Resilience Sourced from Evolve: Groundbreaking Jewish Conversations
March 18-19Sourced from Ritualwell Sourced from ReconstructingJudaism.org Sourced from Ritualwell Sourced from Ritualwell Sourced from ReconstructingJudaism.org
The people of Ukraine are in our hearts as we share Joanne Fink’s prayer. Sourced from Ritualwell
The anonymous author writes, “I wrote this blessing for my oldest daughter at her bat mitzvah. I made her tallit, and we tied the tzitzit together. When I presented it to her to wear on the bimah, I also gave her this blessing.” Sourced from Ritualwell. Learn more about the 100 years of bat mitzvah history!
On this Shabbat Zakhor, our society and world grapple with two kinds of enemies: We are confronted both by violent extremism driven by hatred and by the devastating impact of the pandemic on vulnerable communities. In this Torah study, Rabbi Michael Fessler helps us to see the challenges before us, remember the values embodied in these teachings, and be moved to action. Sourced from ReconstructingJudaism.org
In his article, Richard Zimler teaches us that “the right side of history is always the side that has a memory.” Sourced from Evolve: Groundbreaking Jewish Conversations