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Chanayni Official Music Video – Moshe Mendlowitz – Composed by Benzion Klatzko

Chanayni was composed and recorded 23 years ago. Never released! Lyrics: Chanayni Hashem chanayni, ki aleicha ekrah kol hayom Sameyach nefesh avdecha, ki aleicha Hashem nafshi essah Translation: Hashem, show us favor, because we call to you each day. Gladen your servant’s soul, for to you, Hashem, I will lift my soul! Composed by Benzion Klatzko Performed by Moshe Mendlowitz Arranged by Avi Fishoff Produced by Benzion Klatzko and Hillel Kapnick Backing Vocal by Hillel Kapnick Violin by Miriam Hershkop Guitar by Hillel Kapnick Piano by Eli Cohen Recorded at Fishoff Studios and Uptop Studio Engineer Hillel Kapnick and Akiva Taubenblatt Video produced by Benzion Klatzko A

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January 24, 2019 3:53 p.m. “It’s crazy.” “Are you for real?!?!” “Wow wow wow this is mind blowing!” “Yupppp insane.” The day before: January 23, 2019 10:51 p.m. With urgency in her “WhatsApp texting voice”, the current conversation halted, Liz Schwartz typed “I need to share something incredible.” It was a Rivka Malka Perlman video.  “My friend was just diagnosed with cancer.  My other friend recently lost her child.   You know anybody like that?  I feel like we all do….A lot of our great people have passed away recently…and it just feels like there’s some kind of time bomb ticking, ticking, ticking, there’s some kind of crisis.  Bad things are happening and they must be stopped.   What should I do?   My friend said to me…We know why this is happening.  We were told way back when, a long time ago that the Bais Hamikdash was destroyed because we weren’t unified.  And if we can get the women unified… then I’m sure we can make a huge difference…this is going to overturn these terrible decrees…and on February 26th at the Liberty Jewish Center (in Baltimore), we are going to make an explosion of unity…We don’t want 300 women to come.  We want 700 women to come.  We want to make such an eruption of unity…the ripples spread throughout the entire world and reach the people who need...

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Forj Founders Spread the Love

Click here to try the Forj App today! y the time I met my Shira in 2014, we’d both been burned by dead-end dating in New York. Singles mixers, apps and matchmakers alike, were failing us–and, like thousands of others, we were starting to experience dating burn-out. The scene was getting old fast, and we knew it was time to innovate. The dating coaching company we founded, “Breakthrough Dating,” garnered widespread attention for its innovative focus on helping Jewish singles get to know each other authentically. It yielded astounding results, with a 90% success rate. With a refreshing new twist on modern love that de-emphasizes superficial presentation and restores true connection, Breakthrough Dating proved the need for a serious dating app. I left my career in finance two summers ago, at which time Forj was born. Today, as a married couple, Shira and I help others forge their own paths of lasting love. Five years ago, I never imagined that our search for love would plant the seeds for the world’s first Jewish dating app powered by Artificial Intelligence. – Joe...

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Chazak Yimaleh – Official Music Video – Ari Davis – Composed by Benzion Klatzko

Composed and produced by Rabbi Benzion Klatzko, this track (along with 8 more) were lost for over 20 years. Recently found and never released, the sound may be old, but the feeling is as vibrant as ever! The singer is Ari Davis. The Lyrics come from Motzai Shabbos Zemiros Chazak Yimaleh Mishaloseinu Amitz Ya’aseh Bakoshoseinu V’hu Yishlach B’maaseh Yadeinu Bracha V’hatzlacha   B’motzaei Yom Gila Shimcha Norah Alilah Shlach Tishbi L’Am segulah Rough Translation: Strong One (God) Fulfill our request Mighty One, please grant our wish And He will send in our actions Blessings and Success At the end of the day of rejoicing Raise your awesome name Send Eliyahu to your Chosen...

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True Terumah By Rabbi Ari Wasserman | Parshas Terumah

Speak to the Children of Israel, and have them take for Me a donation (terumah); from every person whose heart inspires him to generosity, you shall take My donation. […] And they shall make Me a sanctuary, and I shall dwell in their midst” (Shemos 25:2, 8). Our parshah derives its name from Bnei Yisrael’s donations to the construction of the Mishkan, the sanctuary that accompanied the Jewish people through the wilderness en route to Eretz Yisrael. Donations to the Mishkan had to be “inspired by the heart,” i.e., wholehearted. One had to give “nicely” (Rosh HaShanah 7b), relinquishing...

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