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Start again from alef (1). There are chassidim who say the chapter for earlier rebbeim also (eg. on that Rebbe's birthday), and they start again from alef. This is what I see people doing, though I'm not sure if there's any documented source for it.


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The data you want (except the secular calendar stuff) is all here: http://hebrewcalendar.tripod.com/#24.4 For instance, you can note that in years where Marcheshvan has 30 days, the first day of Chanukka falls on the same day of the week as Rosh Hashana, and in years where Marcheshvan has 29 days, the first day of Chanukka falls on the one day of the week ...


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yes and no Mishna berrura 605.2 ... כי כל עשי"ת הוא זמן לכפרות [פמ"ג ע"ש]. ... My translation All of the 10 days of teshuva is the time for kappros [pri megodim, see there] but from the maharal m'prag's book נתיבות עולם - נתיב הבטחון - פרק א page 232 last paragraph on the page and the first paragraph on the next page it seems ...


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this article cites a reason given by Leket Yosher Orach Chaim, p. 118 par. 1 Summarizing: Simce people have more free time on SHabbat, they spend their time learning Torah and enjoying (Oneg) Shabbat. So,Yom Rishon is a good time to begin Selichot since people are still happy from Shabbat. And we also learn in Talmud Shabbat p 32b that the shechina (G-d's ...


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Tishre 1st of Tishre - The new year for animal tithes -- Animals born in one year do not combine with animals born the following year - Rambam, Hilchot Bechorot 7:6 10th of Tishre - Shofar was blown on the 10th of Tishre on a Yovel Year to signal the freeing of the slaves - Vayikra 25:9 15th of Tishre - Chag Ha'Asif -- Celebrating the ingathering of the ...


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They start after Rosh chodesh. Source: http://www.sephardichazzanut.com/Selichot.htm Starting after Rosh Hodesh Elul, Sephardic Jews around the world wake up in the early morning to recite the Selichot which consist of special prayers and poems.


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The division of the Tehillim is not meant to be just a way to say the entire Tehillim over the course of a month, rather it was split like this because each day of the month is different and has its own path to follow in the service of Hashem. Each days chapters' are special for that day. Similarly, the Psalm of the day (which the Leveim sang in the Beis ...



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