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Chodesh Iyar: Love from a Distance By: Rabbi Hershel Reichman
In this shiur (Torah class), Rabbi Hershel Reichman discusses the unique spiritual characteristics of the month of Iyar. As the month in between Pesach and Shavuot, Iyar represents a more distant relationship with G-d. Yet, despite this distance, Rabbi Reichman explains the strong connection that bonds the Jewish people with the Almighty.





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Class: Greatest of Gifts: Sefirat Haomer and Shavuot

Added: May 03, 2009

Class Number: 3 of 52

Time: 50:16

Topics: Chassidut / Connecting to our Creator

 

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