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Friday, April 6, 2012

Sinner Man





Rabbi Lazer Brody tells the story of the Sinner Man from the Gemara, tractate Avoda Zara 17a, and Shlomo Katz puts it to song during a moving evening of song and inspiration in Ramat Bet Shemesh, Israel, November, 2009

Thursday, April 5, 2012

Niggun Ga'aguim: Melody of Yearning





Shlomo Katz and Rabbi Lazer play one of Rabbi Lazer's original melodies known as the "Niggun Ga'aguim," or melody of yearning.
Sometimes a person tries to speak to Hashem, longing to pour his or her heart out, but the words don't come. When you get too choked up to speak, hum this melody- first the tears will come, then your heart will open up and the words will come pouring forth.

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Perek Shira: The River's Song





All of creation - mineral, plant, and animal - sings constant praise of The Almighty. Here is an exquisite glimpse of how one creation sings of His glory. Filmed at Great Falls of the Potomac River, as seen from the Maryland side.

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Standing in the Need of Prayer






The Zion Mountain Boys sing Jewgrass (Jewish Bluegrass) version of an old gospel favorite, "Standing in the Need of Prayer"

Monday, April 2, 2012

The Lesson of Orla






Rabbi Lazer Brody explains "Orla," the Torah's commandment to refrain from eating the fruit of any tree that's less than four years old. The mitzva of Orla has a deep inner meaning, teaching us the concept of spiritual maturity.