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Toldot, 23 Cheshvan 5778

November 12
, 2017

As we enter the final week of Cheshvan let us remember the energy of this month which is inner renewal and purification. Step out into nature this week and feel the beauty of the changing of the season. Rabbi Nachman of Bratzlav understood well the idea of inner renewal through prayer and nature. I invite you to meditate this week on his words: "Grant me the ability to be alone, may it be my custom to go outdoors each day among the trees and grass-among all growing things, and there may I be alone, and enter into prayer, to talk with the One to whom I belong. May I express there everything in my heart, and may all the foliage of the field, all grasses, trees, and plants, awake at my coming, to send the power of their life into the words of my prayer, so that my prayer and speech are made whole, through the life and spirit of all growing things, which are made as one by their transcendent Source. May I then pour out the words of my heart before Your Presence like water, O Adonai, and lift up my hands to You in prayer."

Shavua tov,

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Parashat Toldot
Torah Portion:
Bereishit (Genesis) 25:19-28:9

Haftarah - Shabbat Machar Chodesh:
Shmuel Alef (I Samuel) 20:18-42

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