Tashlich - A History of the Ritual and Modern Ceremony PDF ePub eBook

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Tashlich - A History of the Ritual and Modern Ceremony free pdf Rabbi Gary M. Spero, J.D., author of Standing In The Blazing Light Of God, takes the reader on an exploration of the history and meaning behind the Tashlich ritual. This ceremony, done on the afternoon of either the first or second day of Rosh Hashana, by a body of water, symbolically expresses our desire to rid ourselves of sins and emotional/spiritual baggage for the New Year. A modern ceremony is presented for readers to use.

About Rabbi Gary M Spero J D

Rabbi Gary M. Spero, J.D. is the leader of the Matzo Ball Minyan of Torrance, CA. He was the rabbi of Congregation Beth Torah of Torrance, an independent conservative synagogue, from 2003-2012. Rabbi Spero is very active in the local Jewish and interfaith community. Rabbi Spero has a BA degree from Yeshiva University of Los Angeles, with a focus on Hebrew and Aramaic texts. He has a Juris Doctor degree, magna cum laude, from Whittier College School of Law. Rabbi Spero received ordination from the Rabbinical Seminary International in NYC after studying closely with Rabbi Joseph H. Gelberman, of blessed memory. He lives with his wife, Rebbetzin Sheryl L. Joiner Spero, MLIS, their two children and four cats in Torrance, CA. Rabbi Spero is also a practicing maritime administrative law attorney, working for the past 21 years with the California State Compensation Insurance Fund's USLH Legal South department.

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Author : Rabbi Gary M Spero J D
Publisher : Createspace
Data Published : 16 August 2014
ISBN : 1500873845
EAN : 9781500873844
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 38 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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