Inviting God in

Inviting God in

Celebrating the Soul-meaning of the Jewish Holy Days

Book - 2006
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A holiday, explains Rabbi David Aaron in Inviting God In, is a holy day, and each Jewish holiday can reveal to us a critical element in our loving relationship with God - and with the other people in our life. Passover, for example, celebrates unconditional love; Shavuot celebrates freedom and responsibility; Rosh Hashanah celebrates accountability; and Yom Kippur celebrates forgiveness. Using historical examples, teaching tales and personal anecdotes, Rabbi Aaron takes us through the Jewish holiday cycle, helping us to awaken our connection to the dramatic events that occurred on those days, and to revitalise our love for God. Rabbi Aaron is a warm, humourous and enthusiastic guide, and his fresh view of the holidays can enliven and enrich traditional observance.
Publisher: Boston : Shambhala Publications, c2006
Edition: 1st ed. --
ISBN: 9781590303375
Branch Call Number: 296.43 Aar 3558ad 1
Characteristics: xi, 191 p


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