How Kal Feinberg got his start: ‘I need a ba’al tokea. You know how to blow shofar. I bought you one. Practice!’
Said Hannah before the Holy One, blessed be He: Sovereign of the Universe, of all the hosts and hosts that Thou hast created in Thy world, is it so hard in Thy eyes to give me one son?
Let’s face it, the saxophone or the tuba just cannot do the job right.
The shofar could be thought of as a warning, but it is also associated with celebrations.
Alors que le son du chofar s’élève dans toutes les synagogues du monde, posons un regard sur la symbolique et l’origine de cet instrument qui accompagne le peuple juif depuis le mont Sinaï
Jerusalem man tries to bring in goods ahead of the holidays under the noses of airport customs officials.
Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirsch says that encoded in this simple pattern of sounds is the key to understanding the message of the shofar.
“This means that even during a simple associative taste, the brain operates the hippocampus to produce an integrated experience," researcher says.