Wednesday, July 23, 2008


Course on Temple Service

by Reb Akiva at Mystical Paths

During this mourning period of the 3 weeks, where we mourn for the destruction of the holy Beis Hamikdash, the Holy Temple with G-d's presence in Jerusalem, Chabad of Israel is offering a very special series of courses...

Temple Service! Participants will be trained in the various aspects of service in the Holy Beis HaMikdash in Jerusalem. Proper tasks will be taught for the kohanim (priests), levi'im (caretakers and musicians), and yisroelim.

Participants will graduate certified for service in the Beis HaMikdash or prepared to bring their korbon. The course follows the instructions as taught by the Gemora, Rambam, and the Lubavitcher Rebbe. It is being offered at various locations in Eretz Yisroel (Israel).

Contact your local Chabad House for information.

(h/t Rafi of Life in Israel)

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Anonymous said...

On another note...any comments on the fact that just as Obama gets going on his foreign tour a hurricane suddenly forms and hits Texas as he is making his speech in Sderot?!?!

Moshe Meir said...

I'm not saying that there is no connection, as I believe that everything comes from Hashem, but this tropical storm/hurricane has been travelling through the Caribbean, then crossed Yucatán, then the Gulf of Mexico before making a second landfall near the border of Texas and Mexico. It is not a "sudden" hurricane that came out of nowhere.

elisheva said...

Well, how about this?
1:30 a.m. CDT (2:30 a.m. EDT
Ship collision shuts Mississippi River, spills fuel
By Bruce Nichols
Wed Jul 23, 7:40 PM ET
HOUSTON (Reuters) - A chemical tanker split a fuel barge in half on the Mississippi River on Wednesday, spilling thousands of gallons of fuel oil and forcing the closure of a 58-mile (93-km) stretch from New Orleans southward that could last for days, a U.S. Coast Guard spokesman said.

Vessel traffic was halted after the 1:30 a.m. CDT (2:30 a.m. EDT) collision in which the MV Tintomara struck an American Commercial Lines barge, which spilled more than 400,000 gallons (1,560,000 liters) of No. 6 fuel oil into the river. .. cont ...

joshwaxman said...

"Well, how about this?"

We are different from previous generations because, due to the Internet, we are bombarded with news. Everything that happens everywhere, big or little, local or global, is broadcasted across the world.

With this deluge of information, it is much easier to pick any event and tie it in to any other event, and attribute mystical causes.

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