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The testimony of heaven and earth is more than merely a poetic metaphor. Moses was conveying the profound lesson that in order for the message to endure, the Jew must evoke both heaven and earth.
We love to kvetch about the difficulty of planning outdoor meals when the heavens may gift us with rain or snow.
Take this quiz to see how well you know the parshah of Haazinu.
The holiday is celebrated with materials typically left on a threshing floor or winepress, such as straw, stalks, and reeds.
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