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It is the Song of Angels that bring us home, into the Greatness that gets along. Do we need love, to rise above? Yes, bring us love that brings us all along, the laws that gets us from the rising tides, our hearts that swell and know our pride. Be that, is heard like Angels Call, we are the Rainbow Hall, where humbleness gifts life along, the path of Brotherhood. We bless the shoulders of grief befall, and send a blessings to that Great Hall, where we know tears, bring us new life, the light, that sheds all our strife. Be your color of bountifulness, the waking of the soul, that should, and we can offer wisdom here, to be the soul, that lives forever deer (journey of life). You the beloved knows good deeds,when we belong to all the leaves (relatives on the tree of life).

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Friday, September 17, 2010

Giving to Receive Joy, Give Alms for High Holy Day, Yom Kippur Sept. 17-18, 2010

We call out for glory, freedom ring!
White Buffalo Calf Woman Sings, the House of the Beloved Rings, Holiness David brings in the heart beat, the drumming places, that meet. Greet and forgive our hearts, then all will be a part, of unity, the holy sanctity, because we long for liberty!

Giving to Receive Joy
Bring my heart around to you, to bless the sacred and the true.  I see you as greatness, it's true, because G_ah_d did surely count on you (a sound in a circle). Now it's time, for us to shine. Bring in hearts that know glory all the time.  Hear we flow, to join the kingdom knows, the bellow, the sharing of G_ah_d's voice.  I know it's deep inside of you, where all the hearts are true.  And I can feel the winds of the four directions again.  Give me a safe place to flow.  Offer me a home to grow and know.  Here is a heaven, the place, we call our home, when we start to know the heaven's booth (Star of David, six sides of the crystalline form of a blessing, viewing heaven has begun).  Do you see it?  Do you sea the true?  Do you see the heart that follows you?  Give your soul to your brother, walk with him to the end. Feel your heartbeat churning for a friend (helping someone again). Now, it's time for unity to shine.  Now it's time for us to grow a heart sublime.  Give a soul, to those who are in need of growth, show them a booth, where they can roam.


Build a castle, dare you in the air.  Fill the world sacred air.  Can you dig deep and roots will abound, for all the seeds to find the holy ground.  Give us a place, in the shallow worldly grave.  Give a place, to shine in relief.  Give in our hopes and dreams to everyone, bring in a heart that looms and grows (blanket of fields and dreams).  Give them a prayer cloth to know.  Have you build a castle, your booth inside the air (winds of the four directions).  Don't you realize, this is the holy prayer.  Blessings each other, the winds that blow in your face, give it directions, how to fare (with sacred blessings).  Hold on to praise each day, we summon thee.  Hold on to castles without any disease (freedom, forgive me, forgive thee, let me be free).  Give each other abundance, like God in divinity.  Be the heart that follows all this grief. Fill them up, with holy sieve (chaff from the seed, the heart within, the flesh of sin).  


Do you understand, the will of a happy man?  Do you understand a prayer will command?  Do you understand, safety comes upon this land?  Do you understand, the blessings you receive?  Grow like a stout tree of life knows, sacred and all enclosed.  A booth in the air, a castle if we dare, to bring in blessings in the sheaves (stock and seeds, bundled together). Holy is sacred, where we plant our hearts, enduring for all of it's parts.  God hold me near your heart.  Feel the swollen envelope heart. There is much to feel excited for.  Much to feel sad too. But we of a perfect view, know God is here to show us through. Heaven has come home to us, to share in all this sacred fuss. It's time for us to go down the blue road, the place our soul, does blossom and bloom, to know the joy of G_ah_d is home!  Welcome Home!

White Buffalo Calf Woman Sings and Holiness David Running Eagle Drums for your heart in the coming new year.  Bring joy and happiness into your relatives, friends, co-workers, associates and strangers!

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The blue road is the law of motion in sound in the wind, tears, rivers and sky. The eternal circle of life. Like the tides, that ramble to and fro, the spiritual realm of numinosity is fastened to the heaven allowing the darkness to resonate or vibrate within the sanctuary of the flesh body. We are offered a voice and heartbeat, to flow through with soul body (motion and knowing), creating spiritual reverence and blessings, through the vision quest or inward walk, as we express creation through the soul. The blue road is the soul body, which is housed in our holy temple, buffalo home of the rainbow colors and four directions.  Here the wind blows the leaves (relatives of the sacred blue) and the roots which long to feel the waters glory, on the tree of life.
The blue road is the law of sound, the realm of soul, darkness, where we talk and feel our heart.  I am the song, from heaven.

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Let us shine, a light from within, for all to know.
Sunset of September 17 through nightfall of September 18 (Tiehsrei 10, 5771)
No Work is Permitted, High Holy Day or Day of Awe Completes in Yom Kippur. 

It's a day to receive, the heart of those who grieve, let us pray for them to know the way! 
Joy is here to stay ♪♫•*¨*•.¸¸♥ and sacred is the way, to heaven's bounty where we come from,
we return to this Heavenly Sun. Shine on me today, let my heart shower miracles away. 
Free my soul and walk with me, to the shore of divinity.  Gather and set my soul on fire, 
the waking call of G_ah_d's (utterance of heavenly transmission) desire. 
Let us shine as family. Let us set our souls free!

Yom Kippur (Hebrew: יוֹם כִּפּוּר‎, IPA: [ˈjom kiˈpur]), also known as the Day of Atonement, is one of the holiest days of the year for the Jewish people. Its central themes are atonement and repentance. Jewish practitioners traditionally observe this holy day with a 25-hour period of fasting and intensive prayer, often spending most of the day in synagogue services. Yom Kippur completes the annual period known in Judaism as the High Holy Days (or sometimes "the Days of Awe").

Yom Kippur is the tenth day of the month of Tishrei. According to Jewish tradition, God inscribes each person's fate for the coming year into a book, the Book of Life, on Rosh Hashanah, and waits until Yom Kippur to "seal" the verdict. During the Days of Awe, a Jew tries to amend his or her behavior and seek forgiveness for wrongs done against God (bein adam leMakom) and against other human beings (bein adam lechavero). The evening and day of Yom Kippur are set aside for public and private petitions and confessions of guilt (Vidui). At the end of Yom Kippur, one considers one's self absolved by God.

The Yom Kippur prayer service includes several unique aspects. One is the actual number of prayer services. Unlike a regular day, which has three prayer services (Ma'ariv, the evening prayer; Shacharit, the morning prayer; and Mincha, the afternoon prayer), or a Shabbat or Yom Tov, which have four prayer services (Ma'ariv; Shacharit; Musaf, the additional prayer; and Mincha), Yom Kippur has five prayer services (Ma'ariv; Shacharit; Musaf; Mincha; and Ne'ilah, the closing prayer). The prayer services also include a public confession of sins (Vidui) and a unique prayer dedicated to the special Yom Kippur avodah (service) of the Kohen Gadol in the Holy Temple in Jerusalem.

As one of the most culturally significant Jewish holidays, Yom Kippur is observed by many secular Jews who may not observe other holidays. Many secular Jews attend synagogue on Yom Kippur—for many secular Jews the High Holidays are the only recurring times of the year in which they attend synagogue, causing synagogue attendance to soar, and almost two-thirds fast. For more reading please visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yom_Kippur


Yom Kippur in a Nutshell

The holiest day of the year. Fasting and atonement, solemnity and joy...




Yom Kippur is the holiest day of the year--the day on which we are closest to G‑d and to the quintessence of our own souls. It is the Day of Atonement -- "For on this day He will forgive you, to purify you, that you be cleansed from all your sins before G‑d" (Leviticus 16:30).
For twenty-six hours--from several minutes before sunset on Tishrei 9 to after nightfall on Tishrei 10--we "afflict our souls": we abstain from food and drink, do not wash or anoint our bodies, do not wear leather footwear, and abstain from marital relations.

Before Yom Kippur we perform the Kaparot atonement service; we request and receive honey cake, in acknowledgement that we are all recipients in G-d's world and in prayerful hope for a sweet and abundant year; eat a festive meal, immerse in a mikvah, and give extra charity. Late afternoon we eat the pre-fast meal, following which we bless our children, light a memorial candle as well as the holiday candles, and go to the synagogue for Kol Nidrei services.

In the course of Yom Kippur we hold five prayer services: Maariv, with its solemn Kol Nidrei service, on the eve of Yom Kippur; Shacharit--the morning prayer; Musaf, which includes a detailed account of the Yom Kippur Temple service; Minchah, which includes the reading of the Book of Jonah; and Ne'illah, the "closing of the gates" service at sunset. We say the Al Chet confession of sins eight times in the course of Yom Kippur, and recite Psalms every available moment.

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The day is the most solemn of the year, yet an undertone of joy suffuses it: a joy that revels in the spirituality of the day and expresses the confidence that G-d will accept our repentance, forgive our sins, and seal our verdict for a year of life, health and happiness. The closing Neilah service climaxes in the resounding cries of "Hear O Israel... G-d is one." Then joy erupts in song and dance (a Chabad custom is to sing the lively "Napoleon's March"), followed by a single blast of the shofar, followed by the proclamation, "Next year in Jerusalem." We then partake of a festive after-fast meal, making the evening after Yom Kippur a Yom Tov (festival) in its own right. 


By the Grace of G‑d
Erev Yom Kippur, 5771 • September 17, 2010
Dear Friend,
A few hours before the onset of Yom Kippur each year, the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory, would enter the synagogue for prayer, holding a bag of coins. The tables were covered with scores, perhaps hundreds, of charity plates, representing an array of causes, from food for the needy and assistance to poor brides, to schools and mitzvah campaigns and more.
Deliberately and methodically, despite his impossibly tight schedule, the Rebbe would place a coin into each plate, taking great care not to skip a single one. Each represented a community or an individual who needed help, materially or spiritually.
In his urgent desire to help each individual, the Rebbe did not consider even one of them to be insignificant.
•   •   •
Emulating this extraordinary example, by digging deep into our own resources to fill the plates of others, we encourage G‑d to throw open His bank account of abundant blessings to each of us, to be judged with mercy and compassion for a truly happy, healthy and sweet year. And G‑d, we know, has plenty to give.
•   •   •
May your charity partnership stand you in good stead as G‑d opens His bank account real wide to grant you and yours all of the deepest of His blessings, for yourself, your family and the entire world, to have a Good and Sweet New Year.
On behalf of the amazing Chabad.org Team,
Sincerely,
Rabbi Zalman Shmotkin
Director, Chabad.org

P.S. -- For all your Yom Kippur informational needs, please visit www.chabad.org/yomkippur


White Buffalo Calf Woman your Twin Deer Mother Sings.  I bring pass over to you, my heart does long to be bleu (freedom), the heart of always comes true, when faith is written on you. But so many, they don't really, think that G_ah_d (utterance of heavenly transmission) will bring, the heart that rings. And we are satisfied, to long for better skies, rather than trusting all the ones who came before us. It's time of prophecy, the living of all the devoted seas (blue tzitzit), and what could bring us home, we don't look at this loom (weaving of light and dark). It's a covering, the prayer cloth that helps us discover, that we are housing a truth, and it's called our soul. There is wisdom if we trust our heart's breath, the sanctity of loving all that is truth. But who can you depend on, when so many think they know lawns (green grass the home of paradise) and you don't know which way to turn? 

There's only one place, that speaks volumes, it's the prayer you turn to, that leads you true. Look at your heart inside, not at your pride outside, but bring the soul, that knows, the way to go. And when we follow you and me, and gift all, to the leaves (tree of life, our relatives who we share life with), then we know where we must go, on it's course of time. Let's not be blind any more, but instead let's find vision of a stare, where our hearts show us the way, with good old fashion love in the air. And it's where we need find, the song that leads us this time, to unite our hearts, to fight for broken hearts. 

There is wind in the clouds. There is flowing of the blood, but there is not wisdom that grows, with all the lies. Instead, let's hold each others hands, and feed all who do command, the soul of wisdom, the soul of pride (faith and humbleness), that offers us the ride. It's heaven inside. It's the grains of delight (abundance for all). It's where G_ad_d promises us paradise. Give your embrace to the world. Feed the homeless and the full. Open your hearts and give it all away. Brotherhood comes with a price, and we'd better think twice, because only love will allow us to survive. We are a hide (holy temple which resides a soul), the Rainbow Tribe.

Yom Kippur Historical Background 

Judaism is the religion of the Jews. It is one of the oldest religions in the world dating back to more than 3000 years. Jewish history is one marked with strife and turmoil, as the Jews have suffered much persecution throughout the ages. In fact, they did not have an independent country for thousands of years. The ancient reference to their country was that of the “Land of Israel”, but it was not until 1948 that the official state of Israel was formed.  

Early Yom Kippur History 

As the Jews have a long and colorful history, they also have a wide range of festivals and holidays. Of all the Jewish festivals, one of the most well known is “Yom Kippur” (biblically known as “Yom Kippurium”) or the “Day of Atonement”. As the calendar of the Jews starts at sundown, Jewish holidays begin the night before the actual date of the holiday. Yom Kippur demarks a 25 hour period of fasting, abstinence and prayer and usually occurs during September or October each year.  

The culmination of this festival was the sacrifice of an animal, usually a goat (discontinued today). First the priest would put his hands on the goat’s head and confess on behalf of the congregation. Then it would be taken 10 to 12 miles into the wilderness by the priest and then killed by pushing it backwards off a cliff. The whole process was said to be symbolic of ridding of the sins of the worshippers. This is also how the word “scapegoat” came into being, which is actually what this particular goat was called.  

The earliest reference to Yom Kippur can be found in the Old Testament in Leviticus chapter 23, Verse 27 where God is described as having spoken to Moses thus: “on the tenth day of the seventh month there shall be a day of atonement … ye shall not do work on that same day …”.  Even though the actual word “Yom Kippur” is not mentioned in the Bible, this is probably due the fact that it is a Hebrew word which is the official language of the Jews. 

There are several mentions of this festival even before the writing of the Old Testament, but they are mostly hearsay. A well-known historical fact is however that every year when Yom Kippur was observed, a crimson ribbon would be tied to the door of the temple. It turned white after the sacrifice of an animal, usually a goat. This was believed to signify that God had approved of the sacrifice. From the year 30 A.D. the ribbon stopped turning white. The interpretation was that now that Jesus had given himself in sacrifice to cleanse the sins of Mankind, the sacrifice of an animal was no longer required, and from that time on, the practice of animal sacrifice was discontinued. White Buffalo Calf Woman, elder crystal person adds, "But in these times of awakening, we understand that Jesus is a christal or crystal person, whom many do roam this earth. The crystal person, takes on the perspective of the entire Oneness of God. This is representative of the Rainbow Clan. And crystal is just one of many rainbow colors. We all suffer for each other, because this is true love!  Welcome home to the third phase of evolution, heaven (blue road) upon earth (red road)"

The Later Years of Yom Kippur

Over the years, Yom Kippur had its champions and critics. It continued however, to be a major event in the Jewish religious calendar. In 1840, some rabbis stopped practicing it and in Germany it was even removed totally.  The early part of 1900 brought about migration of Jews to the United States of America in large numbers from Jerusalem and also various Jewish Pockets throughout the world such as Poland and Russia. As the Jewish presence in the U.S. increased, Jewish customs and traditions came to be well known in America. Yom Kippur became a well known annual holiday along with other religious holidays in the U.S.  

The Yom Kippur War 

This war is so named because it was started on the day of Yom Kippur. On 6th October 1973,  Egypt and Syria combined forces and launched an attack on Israel thereby starting what came to be called the “Yom Kippur War”. The Arab nations relied on the fact that the Israeli Military would be off guard on the biggest day in the Jewish calendar, and the element of surprise worked. The actual result of this war was a mixed bag for both sides, but we will not go into the full details at this point. It is sufficient however to mention that commemoration of the Yom Kippur War is part of the observances of Yom Kippur today. 

Yom Kippur Today 

Today the population of Jews worldwide is 13.3 million and half of them live in the U.S. The remaining is spread over Israel, Europe and what is known as “Diaspora” which means the population of displaced people – those who do not have a permanent homeland where 8.35 million people live. So it is easy to imagine that Yom Kippur has a very strong global presence today. It is marked with rallies and events and millions of Jews all over the world unite in prayer and meditation, praying for the souls of the ones who have gone on ahead and atoning for the sins past and praying in hope of salvation in the days to come.  Thank you
http://www.altiusdirectory.com/Society/yom-kippur.php


It's a day to receive, the heart of those who grieve, let us pray for them to know the way! 
Joy is here to stay ♪♫•*¨*•.¸¸♥ and sacred is the way, to heaven's bounty where we come from,
we return to this Heavenly Sun. Shine on me today, let my heart shower miracles away. 
Free my soul and walk with me, to the shore of divinity.  Gather and set my soul on fire, 
the waking call of G_ah_d's (utterance of heavenly transmission) desire. 
Let us shine as family. Let us set our souls free!
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2011-2012 / 5772 - 5773

Rosh Hashanah - Jewish New Year
1 Tishrei 5772
September 28-30, 2011

Yom Kippur - Day of Atonement
10 Tishrei 5772
October 7-8, 2011

Sukkot - Feast of Tabernacles
15 Tishrei 5772
October 12-19, 2011

Simchat Torah - Rejoice with Torah
23 Tishrei 5772
October 20-October 21, 2011

Chanukah - Festival of Lights
25 Kislev 5772
December 20-28, 2011

Tu B'Shevat - New Year of Trees
15 Shevat 5772
February 8, 2012

Purim - Feast of Ester
14 Adar 5772
March 7-8, 2012

Pesach – The Passover
15 Nisan 5772
April 6-14, 2012

Shavuot - The Giving of the Torah
6 Sivan 5772
May 26-28, 2012

Tisha B'Av - Fast for Destruction and Renewal
9 Av 5772
July 28-29, 2012
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