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I wish you could see what I see in the life of our Congregation. I wish I could hear what you hear about the life of our Congregation. It has been a trying time for Holy Blossom Temple – change is hard, transition is hard – and yet at the same time the very real needs of our congregants are exactly the same today as they have always been. Our deeply human needs for belonging and purpose, for meaning and insight, guidance and comfort, our need to expresses gratitude to mark the passing of time and sanctify it. To make a contribution towards something good to something larger than ourselves. These are all the same as they have ever been… (click image above to listen to full sermon)
Rabbi Yael Splansky: Erev Rosh Hashanah – September 4, 2013

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  • saundra sherman
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    Yasher Koach as always your sermon was deeply moving. One of the best ever given at Holy Blossom.

  • Rabbi Yael Splansky
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    Thank you, Peter. We’re looking forward to hearing you and your son blow the final Tekiah Gedolah!
    G’mar Tov,
    Rabbi Splansky

  • Rabbi Yael Splansky
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    Thank you, Peter. We’re looking forward to hearing you and your son blow the final Tekiah Gedolah!
    G’mar Tov,
    Rabbi Splansky

  • Peter Dan
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    Yasher Koach
    I was deeply moved by your sermon. One of the best given at Holy Blossom Temple.

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