K4A News
Ki Teitzei, 8 Elul 5779
September 8, 2019

One of the Virgo's traits is criticism, and not only criticism of others but also criticism of self.  To criticize means to point out the faults of someone or something in a disapproving way.  We live in a time where criticism is rampant.  We see it on reality shows, we see it on Twitter and Facebook and other forms of social media, we see it in the workplace, and we even see it at home.  And sometimes people preface it with the word "constructive," thinking that they are softening the blow.  Why do we feel the need to criticize others and criticize ourselves?  There is not one person walking the earth that does not have at least one fault.  We need to rise above our ego and transform this need to criticize.  How do we do this?  We can start by noticing the good traits in others and in ourselves.  Be quick to praise the good deeds of others rather than jump at the chance to tear them down.  During this week of Elul as we prepare for Rosh Hashanah, let us examine the ways we criticize ourselves and others and see if we can make a positive change for the new year ahead.  And remember, as you look over the past year and see how you have been negative towards others, be sure to replace the inner critic with the inner caretaker.

Shavua tov,

Selichot - Monday, September 9, 2019 - 8:00 PM EDT
Kabbalat Shabbat with Torah Reading
- Friday, September 13, 2019 - 8:00 PM EDT

Click on an event for more information.
Click Here if you wish to sign up to receive Broadcast Details for events via email.
For more upcoming events, please visit our Calendar page.

Ki Teitzei - September 14, 2019
Torah Portion:
Devarim (Deuteronomy) 21:10-25:19

Yeshayah (Isaiah) 54:1-10

Click Here to read/download
this week's Torah/Haftarah portions.
Zohar Portion
We study the Zohar alongside the Torah.  The reading for the week can be found under the same name as the weekly Torah portion.  Please note that sometimes there is not a corresponding section to the weekly Torah Parasha.
Some Links to Online Zohars:
Yeshshem Zohar Recordings

Our community will gather at 8:00 PM EDT on Monday nights during the month of Elul. Selichot should be said in community, however if you are unable to join us, you may pray it individually but omit the Chatzi Kaddish and the Kaddish Shalem. Selichot is NOT recited on Friday nights (Shabbat).  Click Here to download our Selichot Siddur.

Join Our Community For Rosh Hashanah and The Days of Awe
The High Holy Days, also known as the Days of Awe, begin with Rosh Hashanah on September 30, 2019 and end with Yom Kippur on October 9, 2019.  We invite you to join us for the Days of Awe.  To see our full schedule, please visit our Rosh Hashanah page.

Thank You In Advance For Your Support
The word "tzedakah" in Hebrew means charity, but actually the word is derived from the root word which means righteousness, justice or fairness. Giving is not viewed as a generous act, it is simply an act of righteousness and justice. Tzedakah is in many ways an exchange of energy and is a visible expression of gratitude in this world for that which we have received. We rely on the generosity of others so that we may make our siddurim (prayer books) and other resources available for all, as well as continue to offer meaningful studies and inspiring services. Please help support our community by making a DONATION. We thank you in advance for your generosity.
Perek Shirah Page
Perek Shirah is an ancient text of unknown authorship, although many commentaries attribute it to King David. It takes the form of a list of eighty-four elements of the natural world. Everything in creation praises its Creator. The lessons can assist us on our journey. Rabbi Eliezer said, Anyone who involves themselves with Perek Shirah in this world, merits saying it in the next world. Kabbalah4All will be working on a new photo each week with a verse until we complete all 84. Click Here to go to our new Perek Shirah page.

Get Your Kippah On!
Check out our selection of kippot at KippahDIVA.com. You will find a wide selection of kippot to suit your style and you can even choose your own colors. Each kippah is made to order and handmade with love & Light. The proceeds of all sales go to support our work here at Kabbalah4All.

Your Hebrew Name
At the end of the Amidah, we whisper a verse from Scripture which is associated with our Hebrew name. Would you like to know your Hebrew name and the verse from the Tanach which is associated with your name? Or would you like us to help you choose a Hebrew name and even have a certificate with your Hebrew name and verse? Simply for more information.


© 2019 Kabbalah4All.com, All Rights Reserved.
Kabbalah4All.com is an online Jewish beit tefilah & kehilah.
Kabbalah4All is not affiliated with any particular Kabbalah teaching organization.
All information used with permission or according to "Fair Use" copyright laws.

Design by WG WEB DESIGN.