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If you use MS Outlook you can go into the calendar options (The menu has changed throughout the versions, so look up the Help Screen for the exact procedure) and add the Jewish Holidays to your calendar. One thing it won't tell you, though, is which holidays are days where work is forbidden. So here's the short list (assuming you are concerned for those ...


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I read from an old book by Rabbi Louis Isaac Rabinowitz that it parallels a person's trip to the temple in Jerusalem. there's more but from from what I remember: Yaale - he goes up the steps. veyavo -he comes towards the kohen veyagia - he gets there veyerae - he appears before G-d veyeratze - his sacrifice is accepted favorably he goes on there, if ...


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FWIW, I can give you an idea that I developed with a friend of mine. I don't have an actual source, though this idea is based (however loosely) on the Ramban. In short: Ya'aleh Veyavo is a prayer asking for God to judge us favorably, which is appropriate for the holidays and Rosh Chodesh because they are all mini-judgement days. By referring to Rosh ...



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