BECHOL LEVAVCHA: WITH ALL YOUR HEART by HARVEY J. FIELDS ENGLISH. Languages we specialize in are English, Hebrew, Yiddish, German, Spanish, Ladino, Russian and French. Orders can be placed over the phone at Seller Rating: % positive. Get this from a library! [Be-khol levavkha] = Bechol levavcha = With all your heart: [Shaḥarit le-Shabat] = The Shabbat morning service.. [Harvey J Fields; Central Conference of . Fields, Harvey J. Bechol Levavcha: With All Your Heart. New York: UAHC P, A step-by-step guide to the Jewish liturgy, clearly written with insightful questions for discussion and commentary. Hoffman, Lawrence A. My People's Prayer Book: Traditional Prayers, Modern Commentaries. Woodstock, VT: Jewish Lights, All this will happen when you obey God your Lord, keeping all His commandments and decrees, as they are written in this book of the Torah, and when you return to God your Lord with all your heart and soul. tishma bekol Adonay Eloheycha lishmor mitsvotav vechukotav haktuvah besefer hatorah hazeh ki tashuv el-Adonay Eloheycha bechol-levavcha.
You and your children [will repent] with all your heart and with all your soul. Veshavta ad-Adonay Eloheycha veshamata vekolo kechol asher-anochi metsavecha hayom atah uvaneycha bechol-levavcha uvechol-nafshecha. Commentary: blessing and curse Some say Deuteronomy, ; (Yerushalmi, Sotah ). banished Or, 'scattered' (Septuagint). The Big Company Look by Howells, J. Harvey and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Positive Peer Pressure Parshas Behar Bechukosai. Posted on June 7, () The sacrifice of “With all your heart and with all your soul” (bechol levavcha u’vchol nafshecha), was on Rosh HaShannah. The sacrifice of Yovel – Yom Kippur is “With all your wealth” (bechol me’odecha). love the Lord with all your heart." Instead of Hebrew lev, which means 'heart', the text renders levav with a double beth, so literally bechol-levavcha means 'with all your hearts'. The medieval commentator Rashi, referring to a midrash on Deuteronomy (Sifree), remarks: thisFile Size: KB.
[The three modes of love, in ascending order:] [a] Loving G‑d “with all your heart” means loving Him in a way that accords with one’s reason.9 [b] Loving G‑d “with all your soul” means loving Him in a way that transcends one’s reason And [c] loving G‑d “with all your might” means loving Him in a way that breaks free of Author: Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn. The Torah then says that from these lands they will seek out Hashem: KI TIDRESHENU BECHOL LEVAVCHA UVECHOL NAFSHECHA, “ with all your heart and with all your soul” and you will find Him (Deut. ) Rabbi Simcha Bunim had a very unique and telling interpretation of this passage. All these services form a critical part of our liturgical and prayer experience. They do not however represent the heart of Yom Kippur. The heart of Yom Kippur lies in the recitation of the Shema prayer. Let me repeat: The same exact prayer that we recite twice daily forms the heart of . a) “BeChol LeVavcha” (with all of your heart/cognitive and affective abilities); b) “U’VeChol Me’odecha” (and with all your material resources); c) “VeHayu HaDevarim HaEileh Asher Anochi Metzavcha HaYom Al Levavecha” (and all of these that I [Moshe] am commanding you today, should be on your hearts/i.e., constantly reflect upon.