Ki Tavo
15 Elul 5782 (September 11, 2022)

We have become a world that thrives on communication. When something bad happens, it is only seconds before everyone in the world is alerted either by news, text, social media or some other modern communication device. Even though we have all of these methods of being "connected", one thing is still lacking in our society: communication. We perceive things from our ego self instead of allowing them to reach the soul level before we jump to conclusions and react. The first step to forgiveness is communication. If we look over our past year and examine the times that we were quick to act negatively towards others, perhaps we will see that it was due to a lack of communication. Spend some time this week asking for forgiveness from those you may have wronged. See if you can find a resolution through communicating from the higher self rather than from the ego. Life will be less complicated when we learn to truly communicate. Ketivah vachatimah tovah (May you be inscribed and sealed for a good year).



Shavua tov,


Parashat Ki Tavo | פרשת כי־תבוא
Torah Portion: Devarim (Deuteronomy) 26:1-29:8
Haftarah: Yeshayah (Isaiah) 60:1-22

Parashat Ki Tavo

Haftarat Ki Tavo


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Selichot
Used each day during the month, Selichot gives us the opportunity to unite ourselves with the Creator's Light and with the consciousness of selichah סליחה, which means forgiveness. During the Selichot service we confront our past negative actions and ask for forgiveness. This is a vital preparation for Rosh HaShanah, the Days of Awe, and Yom Kippur. The best time to for Selichot is between midnight and dawn, for it is during this time that Divine mercy is available. We invite you to join us for Selichot each night, Mondays-Fridays during Elul @ 12:35 AM EDT (In some time zones this will be Sunday-Thursday nights). Click Here for the Selichot portion of our K4A Siddur.

Kabbalah of Teshuvah
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Tzedakah
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