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For Whom the Bell Tolls

The Meaning of Aaron’s Noisy Robe

1 hr 31 min

Class Summary:

The commentators are perplexed. What was the point of the 72 bells handing from the hem of the High Priest’s coat, generating racket and rumpus commotion? Elijah perceived G-d in “the subtle, still voice;” why, then, did the Kohen Gadol constantly generate the loud rattling, clattering voice of seventy-two jingling bells hanging on the hem of his coat?

This class offers four divergent perspectives, and then offers a fifth perspective, which gets to the core of the human struggle to make peace with itself and with G-d. Do we experience truth in the silence of sound or in the sound of silence?

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    Terry -6 years ago

    For whom the bell tolls

    Lovely and very compassionate..thank you.

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    Levi -8 years ago

    Rabbi Jacobson, verry nice!
    Your lessons are extraordinary!!!

    1) Just if you would live in France you would understand that in the field of food, the surprise effect is eternal because it is always more gourmet than gourmet :)

    2) I did not understand if it exist a link between Grenada and silence

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    Yossi Schwarz -8 years ago

    The Chazon Ish used to say "Di vos vissen nisht - reiden asach, Di vos vissen - shvaigen"

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    Yochanan. Gordon -8 years ago

    When will this shiur be available?

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Rabbi YY Jacobson

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