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Who’s Misameach?

09.03.2015

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Filmed by ALEX RADRIGEZ
Directed by Shia Fried
Edited by JACK MASO

בא אל פרעה כי אני הכבדתי את לבו יהונתן שטנצל יציאת מצרים שירי פסח bo el paro

15.01.2015
לקראת פרשת וארא אולפני ר’ חיים בנט עם מקהלת הילדים “רננו חסידים” שחררו שיר מיוחד של “בא אל פרעה כי אני הכבדתי את לבו”, הלחן מיוחד ומלא הומור והוקלט בחודש האחרון לראשונה , של נוסח עתיק ששמעו בבית משפחת שטנצל של בא אל פרעה כי אני הכבדתי את לבו.
שיר זה היה נוהג לשיר מזכה הרבים רבי שלמה שטנצל זצ”ל, בעקבות פטירתו בנו בעל התפילה הרב יונתן שטנצל החליט להקליט שיר זה על מנת ששיר זה, יהיה לנחלת הכלל, וגייס לעניין את מקהלת “נרננה” ואת המעבד המוכשר איתן פרישברג , את ר’ חיים בנט שגייס את מקהלת “רננו חסידים”

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WEEKLY TORAH FOR  KIDS:  Parshat Emor

Iyar 17, 5775 · May 6, 2015
Living with the Parshah: To Be a Cohen

Maya strapped on her seatbelt as her mother started the engine and they waited for her father to get into the car. It was Sunday afternoon and they were about to go to visit their cousins, who lived just outside the city.

Soon they were on their way. The sun was shining and it was a beautiful day. Maya let the air rush through her hair as the car sped down the highway. She had been looking forward to this as her cousins had only recently moved to England. It would be the first time that Maya would be visiting them in their new home.

Soon they were out of the city, off the highway, driving along a beautiful winding country road. “Ah, the scenery is so pretty!” exclaimed Maya. “And the air is so fresh,” she added, opening her window wide and inhaling deeply.

“Yes,” agreed her mother from the driving seat, “we will be coming out here on holiday in the summer, to get some more of this fantastic air.” She too was a fan of country air and country landscape.

The car, driven by Maya’s mother, was moving down a delightful narrow lane, sporadically overhung with trees. Suddenly Maya’s father, sitting in the passenger seat at the front and looking at a map, sat up straight. “Hey! I’m sorry!” he called out.

“What’s the matter?” asked his wife.

“We have to turn off this road. Quick, stop the car!”

Maya’s mother smoothly brought the car to a halt. “What”s the problem?” asked Maya, now feeling annoyed. She thought to herself: Parents! They always have some kind of problem! Sitting in the back seat, she snorted audibly.

“I”m sorry,” said her father from the front, “but we cannot go along this route. We will have to go back and find another road.”

“Why?” asked Maya, “what is wrong with this lovely road? Mummy was just saying how beautiful it is here.”

Her mother peered at the map which Maya’s father was showing her. “Oh, a cemetery!” she said. “Sorry, I didn’t realize. It’s so good that you noticed it,” she said to Maya’s father as she began turning the car round, doing a neat three-point turn.

“The problem is,” she said, glancing back at Maya, “that on this road we will soon pass a cemetery. The map shows it very clearly.”

“What’s the deal with the cemetery? Why shouldn’t we go near it?” asked Maya, her annoyance gone and her interest sparked.

“We are a family of kohanim,” her mother replied. “That means we have special rules. Further along this road there are trees hanging over the road and creating a kind of canopy over the graves and us. Since Daddy is a kohen that is not allowed.”

“Oh, I remember,” said Maya. “In fact it’s in the sedra this week. But it doesn’t apply to a girl, does it, Mummy?”

“No, you are quite right. But it does apply to Daddy, and to your brother Chaim, if he would be here instead of being on holiday in Israel.”

“It’s good to remember about being a kohen,” said Maya. “Even out here in the country, the fact that you are a kohen matters. And when Moshiach comes, and there is a beautiful Temple again in Jerusalem, then the fact that you and Chaim are kohanimand can serve in the Temple will be fantastic.”

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Iyar 14, 5775 · May 3, 2015
Hey kids!

Today we celebrate Pesach Sheni—a “second Passover.”

A year after the Jews left Egypt, G-d instructed them to bring the Passover offering and eat it together with matzah and bitter herbs, as they had done the year before. There were some people who had become ritually impure and weren’t able to participate, but they didn’t want to miss out!

They asked, “Why should we miss out? We want to do this mitzvah, too!”

So G-d created a second opportunity for them. Anyone who was unable to bring the Passover offering on time, had a second chance one month later on the 14th day of the Jewish month of Iyar.

It’s customary to mark this day by eating matzah, but unlike on Passover, we don’t need to stay away from chametz. We’ve got some fun ideas for you to do with your Pesach Sheni matzah today.

This second Passover is about more than just matzah. It’s about missed opportunities and second chances. Pesach Sheni shows us that it’s never too late to do a mitzvah.

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