Rosh Hashana 5784: A Day of Caring Judgement

Posted by Pardes Faculty on September 11, 2023
Topics: High Holidays, Pardes from Jerusalem, Rosh Hashana, Torah

This Rosh Hashana podcast is sponsored by Ricki and David Bernstein in memory of Ricki’s parents, Beatrice and Murray Kirschblat z”l, survivors of Auschwitz and Buchenwald, respectively. Beatrice and Murray were each the sole survivors of large families which perished in the Shoah.

What motivates us to make changes in our lives?

Tovah Leah Nachmani joins Rabbi Zvi Hirschfield in the Pardes from Jerusalem studio this week to discuss Rosh Hashana and the call to change our lives. Often, we think of Rosh Hashana as a day of judgement, one that can cause us to feel nervous about ourselves and our future, but is there a way for us to approach it calmly with confidence? Together, we’ll explore ways to approach the holiday and how we can prepare ourselves for it.

Credits: Tovah Leah Nachmani and Rabbi Zvi Hirschfield – Pardes Faculty

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