Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Shechem in the Parasha, the Torah Portion of Vayechi

This week's Torah portion describes Jacob's time in Egypt, particularly the blessings he gave to Joseph's two sons, Ephraim and Menashe, as well as those given to each of his twelve sons before Jacob's passing.

Jacob gives Joseph a double inheritance, making each of his sons, Ephraim and Menashe, one of the twelve tribes to inherit the Land of Israel. Interestingly, Jacob's statement giving Joseph the birthright has also been interpreted as Jacob giving Joseph the city of Shechem, where Joseph is ultimately buried:

22. And I have given you one portion [Shechem Achad] over your brothers, which I took from the hand of the Amorite with my sword and with my bow."

RASHI:
And I have given you: Since you are taking the trouble to occupy yourself with my burial, I have given you an inheritance where you will be buried. And which is this? This is Shechem, as it is said:“And Joseph’s bones, which the children of Israel had brought up out of Egypt, they buried in Shechem” (Josh. 24:32).
 
one portion over your brothers: Heb. אַחַד עַל אַחֶי‏ שְׁכֶם, the actual [city of] Shechem, which will be for you one share over your brothers. [Accordingly, we render: Shechem, [which is] one [share] over your brothers.]- [from Gen. Rabbah 97:6] Another explanation:“One portion” refers to the birthright, and indicates that his (Joseph’s) sons should take two shares. שְׁכֶם is a word meaning “a portion,” as the Targum renders. There are many similar instances in Scripture:“For You shall place them as a portion (שְׁכֶם)” (Ps. 21:13), You shall place my enemies before me as portions;“I will divide a portion (שְׁכֶם)” (ibid. 60:8);“…murder on the way, שֶׁכְמָה ” (Hos. 6:9), [meaning:] each one his share;“to worship Him of one accord אֶחָד) (שְׁכֶם” (Zeph. 3:9), [meaning: in one group].

which I took from the hand of the Amorite: From the hand of Esau, who behaved like an Amorite (Gen. Rabbah 97:6). Another explanation [of why Esau is called אמֹרִי]: who deceived his father with the sayings (אִמְרֵי) of his mouth.
 
with my sword and with my bow: When Simeon and Levi slew the men of Shechem, all those [nations] around them (Jacob’s sons) assembled to attack them, and Jacob girded weapons of war against them. — [from Gen. Rabbah 97:6, Targum Jonathan ben Uzziel]

with my sword and with my bow: I.e., his cleverness and his prayer.

Rashi's comments point to the many distinct facets of the city Shechem, and the rich meaning of the place. First, Rashi mentions Shechem's role as a place of burial, given as a reward for performing this great mitzvah. Joseph performing this mitzvah leads to an incredible "chain of mitzvahs," performed by ever higher entities. The mitzvah of burying Jacob is charged to Joseph, whose burial is charged to Moses, whose burial, in turn, is performed by Hashem himself. (See Talmud Sotah) After Moshe passes, it is Joshua, a descendant of Joseph from the Tribe of Ephraim, who is charged with actually burying Joseph inside the Land of Israel. Interestingly, the passage quoted by Rashi is actually juxtaposed with Joshua's own passing. Even more fascinating is the fact that both Joshua and Joseph were 111 years old when they died. One could speculate about whether Joshua and Joseph were not in fact one and the same.

Rashi then explains how Shechem is associated with the extra portion of the firstborn. Shechem has many other associations with being the "first:" Shechem is the first place visited by Abraham, Jacob, as well as Joshua when entering the Land of Israel. Even in modern times, the first settlement established in Judea and Samaria after the Six Day War was Elon Moreh, which is another biblical name for the city Shechem. Shechem is the gateway to the Land of Israel.

Related to the above, Rashi then notes that Shechem was taken from Eisav, who behaved like an Amorite and lied to his father. Jacob is characterized by the fact that all of his children remained true to their Judaism and Jewish identity (Mitatoh Shleimah - "his bed was complete"). Furthermore, Jacob is associated, first and foremost, with the truth ("Titen Emeth L'Yaakov," "Give truth to Jacob"). The Torah also states that Shechem was acquired monetarily by Jacob (similar to how Jacob acquired the birthright), and that it is one of the places that Gentiles are unable to even claim that they were stolen by the Jews. (Genesis 33:18-19; Midrash Rabbah)

That said, Rashi mentions the radical actions of Shimon and Levi. It was also in Shechem that Joseph's brothers, led by the zealotry of Shimon and Levi, attacked Joseph and sold him as a slave. After Reuven's sin, Shimon and Levi were both in line to be the leaders of the rest of the tribes. However, their zealous violence prevented them from playing this role.

Finally, Rashi interprets the words used to describe weapons ("bow" and "sword") as a reference to cleverness (wisdom) as well as prayer. Often, much more can be accomplished through these two more peaceful means than through violence. The power of Jacob is his Torah and his prayer - "Koloh Kol Yaakov," "the voice is the voice of Jacob, while force is primarily the weapon of Eisav - "Yadoh Yad Eisav," "the hand is the hand of Eisav."

Shechem is Jacob's inheritance to Joseph. It is more than just a place. It is a way of being. It stands for all that was mentioned above and more: keeping the mitzvot, leadership, identity and continuity, truth, passionate moderation, Torah, wisdom, and prayer. Shechem in Hebrew, literally means "shoulders." It is as if Jacob is now passing the torch to Joseph, who is now literally "shouldering" the responsibility for keeping these values intact.

We see a hidden reference to the values of Shechem much later in history, with the appointment of Saul as King of Israel (I Samuel, Chapter 9):

1. Now there was a man of Benjamin, and his name was Kish, the son of Abiel, the son of Zeror, the son of Becorath, the son of Aphiah, the son of a Benjamite man, a mighty man of power. 2. And he had a son whose name was Saul. He was young and handsome, there being no one of the children of Israel handsomer than he; from his shoulders (Shichmoh) and upwards he was taller (Gavoah) than any of the people.

Just like Joseph received a Shechem (portion; shoulder) over his brethren, so too was Shaul taller than all his brethren, from his shoulders upwards. He was also young and handsome like Joseph.

Shaul also had another similarity to Joseph. Just as Joseph had experienced all his brothers attack and nearly kill him, so too had Shaul seen all the other tribes nearly extinguish his tribe, the Tribe of Benjamin, in a bloody civil war that followed the events of Pilegesh b'Givah, the concubine of Givah.

As recounted extensively in the end of the Book of Judges, men of Givah had raped and brutally murdered a concubine woman. The Tanach's account directly parallels the story of Sodom and Gomorrah. There are even opinions that these men of Givah were a reincarnation of those of these two infamous places. All the Tribes of Israel demand that the Tribe of Benjamin hand over the men that performed this outrageous act to be killed, but Benjamin refuses. This leads to civil war.

Herein lies also a parallel with Shechem. The man called Shechem (presumably for whom the city is named after) raped Dinah, the daughter of Jacob. Because the men of Shechem refused to bring the rapist to justice, Shimon and Levi decimated the entire city. Maimonides writes that the acts of Shimon and Levi were in fact justified under Jewish law.

Joseph is given Shechem. Shaul, who had the potential for becoming Mashiach Ben Yoseph, is from Givah. In fact, he even rules all of Israel for a short period from Givah itself. (I must admit that I am not 100% certain that Givah refers to the same city as the concubine of Givah, but I have no reason to believe otherwise). Both Shechem and Givah are places that suffered tremendous atrocities in response to lack of justice, and both become associated with the respective leaders of the generation.

Furthermore, the reason why Shaul does not become Mashiach Ben Yoseph is because of his failure to decimate Amalek, when explicitly told by the prophet Samuel to do so. Shaul has all the values and characteristics that Jacob passes Joseph, connected to Shechem, including passionate moderation, wisdom and prayer. He was also the first, the first King of Israel. However, he appears to be deficient in the most important of all values, the very first one listed by Rashi: the accurate performance of a mitzvah. That is Samuel's ultimate rebuke to Shaul after the debacle of not utterly destroying Agag and Amalek: "And Samuel said, "Has the Lord as great delight in burnt-offerings and sacrifices, as in hearkening to the voice of the Lord? Behold, to obey is better than sacrifice, and to hearken than the fat of rams…" (Samuel I, Chapter 5:22)

Mordechai and his generation, in their fight against Haman the Agagite, somewhat rectify Shaul's mistake by showing ultimate self-sacrifice in order to fulfill God's commandments. The introduction of Mordechai, the last of the male prophets, in the Megillah (Esther, 2), very much parallels the introduction of Shaul in the Book of Samuel:

5. There was a Judean man in Shushan the capital, whose name was Mordecai the son of Jair the son of Shimei the son of Kish, a Benjamite, 6. who had been exiled from Jerusalem with the exile that was exiled with Jeconiah, king of Judah, which Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon, had exiled.

However, there is one radical difference between Mordechai and Shaul. Even though both are from Benjamin, while Shaul is primarily associated with Joseph and Givah/Shechem, Mordechai is explicitly connected to Judah (particularly the King of Judah) and Jerusalem, which both represent total nullification and self-sacrifice.

Benjamin is a combination of Judah and Joseph. He represents the sefirah combination of Yesod shebeMalchut. As previously explained, Joseph represents Yesod and David, Malchut. Even geographically, the land of Benjamin connects the land of Judah and of Joseph. (See "Jerusalem in the Parasha," here) Benjamin connects these two facets of the Jewish people and of Jewish History.

Although Elijah (who, although from Benjamin, is clearly associated with the Tribe of Joseph, and Elijah even states explicitly that he is descended from Rachel) and Mashiach Ben Yoseph will pave the way of the redemption, ultimately, it all must be connected to Judah, to Mashiach Ben David. As we read in last week's Haftorah (Ezekiel 37):

19. Say to them, So says the Lord God: Behold I will take the stick of Joseph, which is in the hand of Ephraim and the tribes of Israel his companions, and I will place them with him with the stick of Judah, and I will make them into one stick, and they shall become one in My hand.  

20. And the sticks upon which you shall write shall be in your hand before their eyes. 

21. And say to them, So says the Lord God: Behold I will take the children of Israel from among the nations where they have gone, and I will gather them from every side, and I will bring them to their land. 

22. And I will make them into one nation in the land upon the mountains of Israel, and one king shall be to them all as a king; and they shall no longer be two nations, neither shall they be divided into two kingdoms anymore. 
 
23. And they shall no longer defile themselves with their idols, with their detestable things, or with all their transgressions, and I will save them from all their habitations in which they have sinned, and I will purify them, and they shall be to Me as a people, and I will be to them as a God.

24. And My servant David shall be king over them, and one shepherd shall be for them all, and they shall walk in My ordinances and observe My statutes and perform them.  

25. And they shall dwell on the land that I have given to My servant, to Jacob, wherein your forefathers lived; and they shall dwell upon it, they and their children and their children's children, forever; and My servant David shall be their prince forever.  

26. And I will form a covenant of peace for them, an everlasting covenant shall be with them; and I will establish them and I will multiply them, and I will place My Sanctuary in their midst forever.
 
27. And My dwelling place shall be over them, and I will be to them for a God, and they shall be to Me as a people. 

28. And the nations shall know that I am the Lord, Who sanctifies Israel, when My Sanctuary is in their midst forever.

May it be soon, may it be today, may it be now.




 

Week 15 (Book 2): The Prophet Iddo and the Importance of Scripture


HA'AZINU: And Jeshurun became fat and rebelled; you grew fat, thick and rotund; [Israel] forsook the G-d Who made them, and spurned the [Mighty] Rock of their salvation. (Deuteronomy 32:15)

POSITIVE INTERPRETATION OF THE ABOVE VERSE: And Jeshurun became full of oil and kicked [away the enemy]; you grew full of oil, thick and rotund [in holiness]; [Israel] spread out [the knowledge of] the G-d Who made them, and made song with the lyre regarding the [Mighty] Rock of their salvation.

HAFTORAH: And He sent out arrows and He scattered them, lightning and He discomfited them. (II Samuel 22:15)

QUALITY TO ACQUIRE THE TORAH: Scripture (Mikrah)

PROPHET: Iddo

LEVITICAL CITY: Gibbethon

The fifteenth week of the year includes the Fast of the Tenth of Teveth. The verse in Haazinu refers to the Jews’ rebellion against G-d after so much that He had done for them. During the time of the tragedies related to the 10th of Teveth, the Jewish people “grew fat,” forsaking G-d and not properly valuing the Torah.

The verse in Haazinu can also take a more positive meaning. Interestingly, the Hebrew word for fat, shemen, used twice in this verse, is the same word in Hebrew for oil. Oil, of course, is related to the Chanukah miracle. The lights of Chanukah include Rosh Chodesh Teveth, and in this way shine through the entire month. This verse can therefore understood in a more positive light as, “Yeshurun became full of the miraculous oil from Chanukah.” Every year on Chanukah there is a mitzvah to publicize the miracles that took place during this time. Perhaps this is how the second part of this verse should be understood: “[Israel] spread out the word of the G-d Who made them.”  

This week’s Haftarah verse appears to be more in line with this more positive interpretation. The Haftarah contains the theme of spreading/scattering, as well as of light.

The quality for this week is scripture. As mentioned previously, the reason for the destruction of First Temple was related to not saying the blessing over the study of Torah, and not valuing sufficiently the holiness of scripture.

This week’s prophet, Iddo, is also connected to the written Torah.  The only reference to Iddo in Tanach is that he wrote down the events of Rehoboam as well as the genealogy of the kings of Israel, along with Shemaiah the Prophet. Iddo took the importance of scripture and of written records very seriously.

Iddo’s actions also appear related to a violation of the word of Hashem, such as occurred on the 10th of Teveth. The Talmud (Sanhedrin 89b) teaches us that Iddo is the prophet that violated his own word and was therefore mauled by a lion. How parallel this is to the 10th of Teveth, when the Jewish people failed to heed to the words of the prophets and scripture.


The levitical city for this week is Gibbethon. This city is also connected to tragedy. The Talmud states that the 24,000 students of Rabbi Akiva that died were “from Gibbethon to Antipatris.” Similar to the message of the month of Teveth (and the Tribe of Dan), from an additional five students, Rabbi Akiva was able to rebuild everything. 

Monday, December 29, 2014

Week 15 (Book 3): Peleg and Evil Speech


SONG OF THE SEA: People heard, they trembled; a shudder seized the inhabitants of Philistia.
 
HAFTORAH: Then the people of the Lord went down to the cities. Praise! Praise! Deborah.
 
TALMUD SOTAH: Daf 15 - The Metzorah
 
GENERATIONS FROM ADAM TO THE LAST KING OF JUDAH: Peleg
 
JOURNEYS IN THE DESERT: They journeyed from Hazeroth and camped in Rithmah.

On Week 15 is the fast of the 10th of Teveth, which marks the day in which the Babylonian Empire laid siege to Jerusalem, which was eventually destroyed. The verses of the Song of the Sea speak of how the people heard and trembled, and how the Phlistine inhabitants were seized by a shudder. Many years later, it would be the Jewish people that would tremble and shudder with the coming of the Babylonians and the siege they placed on Jerusalem. In the future, the 10thof Teveth day will be a day of celebration.

 The Haftorah’s verses describe how the people of G-d descended to the cities. The Hebrew word for cities used here is Shearim, which also means gates. On the 10th of Teveth, Nebuchadnezar and his people, who the prophets exclaim were sent by G-d, descended upon the city of Jerusalem and surrounded its gates.

Rashi explains that the reason the song states, “Praise, Praise Devorah!” is because the spirit of G-d had left her, because she had praised herself. This is connected to the idea that the First Temple was destroyed (and the spirit of G-d left it) because the people did not make the blessing over Torah study. First and foremost, we must realize that all Torah knowledge and all prophecy comes directly from G-d, and that there is no room to praise oneself.

Daf Tes Vav (Folio 15) of Sotah is continues the explanation of what the Sotahoffering entailed. The entire Daf consists primarily of contrasting the offering of the Sotah with that of the Metzorah, one who had contacted a spiritual skin disease resembling leprosy or psoriasis. The Talmud also notes that the purification of the Metzorah is more severe than that of the Sotah. The Metzorah’s sin is related to Lashon Harah, evil speech/slander, which, as mentioned last week, is equivalent to all three major sins in the Torah (idolatry, adultery, and murder), another reason given for why the First Temple was destroyed. The Metzorah himself must be exiled from the camp, and can only return once purified of his condition. His exile is similar to the exile endured by the Jewish people after the destruction of the Temple.

The Torah explains that Peleg was so named because it was in his days that the Tower of Bavel was made and the world’s population was split and spread into different lands. This “exile” is parallel to that of the Jewish people after the destruction of the Temple. The division also appears parallel to the Metzorah above, who was punished with exile because he had himself caused divisiveness among others with his evil speech.

The Babylonians made a point of exiling most of the Jewish people from the land and bringing a different people to dwell in parts of the Land of Israel. The split between the Jewish community in Israel and that of the Babylonian diaspora was one that remained in place for centuries.

 In the fifteenth week, the Jews journey from Hazeroth and camped in Rithmah. Rithmah, which is also known as Kadesh Barnea, was the place of another major sin of Lashon Harah, when the spies, not learning the lesson from Miriam, slandered the Land of Israel. Their actions, and the acceptance of their words by the Jewish people, led to Tisha B’Av, the date of the destruction of both the First and Second Temple. Rashi states:

Rithmah: Heb. רִתְמָה, so named because of the slander of the spies, for it says,“What can He give you, and what can He add to you, you deceitful tongue? Sharpened arrows of a mighty man, with coals of brooms רְתָמִים” (Ps. 120:3-4). - [Mid. Aggadah]

The slander against the Land was ultimately a slander against G-d. The people did not have faith that G-d could conquer the Land for them. The personal journey is to internalize the concept of avoiding bad speech and rebellion against our leaders, and focus on the concept of not speaking Lashon Harah against G-d and the Land of Israel. The Talmud teaches that whoever does not show gratitude towards his fellow human being will end up not showing gratitude to Hashem Himself.

 

Week 15 (Book 4a): Handling Reproof

STORY OF CHANNAH: 15 And Hannah answered and said: 'No, my lord, I am a woman of a sorrowful spirit; I have drunk neither wine nor strong drink, but I poured out my soul before the LORD.
 
QUALITY OF PIRKEI AVOT: distances him from sin
 
PROVERBS: Chapter 15
 
TZADIKKIM: Rabbi Nathan of Breslov (10th of Teveth)
 
Week 15 is the week of the fast of the 10th of Teveth. The verse from the story of Channah describes how she describes herself as someone who is full of sorrow, who has not drunk, but instead it pouring her soul before G-d. That is very much the idea of the fast. We express our sorrow, we do not (eat or) drink, and instead pour out our soul to G-d.
 
This week’s Pirkei Avot quality those that study Torah for its own sake (Lishmah) is that Torah distances him from sin. This does not only mean that one does not sin, but that the Torah requires one who is improperly suspected of sinning to speak up. The Talmud (Brachot) teaches that we learn this principle from the above verse in Channah’s story.
 
Chapter 15 of the Book of Proverbs contains many of the themes of this chapter and previous ones: the chapter speaks about how there are times when one needs to to give a gentle reply, but also about knowing how to receive reproof. The chapter also contains contrasts between the righteous and the wicked:
 
1. A gentle reply turns away wrath, but a distressing word stirs up anger. (…)
5. A fool despises the discipline of his father, but he who keeps reproof will become cunning. (…)
10. Harsh discipline will come to him who forsakes the way; he who hates reproof shall die. (…)
12. A scorner does not like being reproved; he does not go to the wise. (…)
31. The ear that listens to reproof of life shall lodge among the wise.
32. He who rejects discipline despises his life, but he who hearkens to reproof acquires sense.
33. The fear of the Lord is the discipline of wisdom, and before honor there is humility.
 
The 10th of Teveth, and fast days in general, are also about knowing how to handle reproof and repent.
The 10th of Tevethis the yahrzeit of Rebbe Nosson of Breslev, the primary disciple of Rebbe Nachman, and the one responsible for publishing his works and continuing his legacy. Rebbe Nachman said of Rebbe Nosson that he was his “ebbe Nachman said of Rebbe Nosson that he was his “Yehoshuah.” Breslev chassidim commonly state that without Rebbe Nosson, we would be lost. Rebbe Nosson’s life story is very well documented. One of the most predominant themes of his life was staunch faith, dedication and determination in the face of tremendously harsh opposition. In his struggle to connect to Rebbe Nachman, not only was he challenged by other Chassidic leaders at the time, but by his parents, in-laws, and even his wife. Yet, in the face of it all, he remained loyal to his mission, knowing how to handle the opposition and improper reproof, and focusing on pouring out his soul to G-d.
 
The twelfth of Teveth is the yahrzeit of Rebbe Moshe of Peshevorsk. The Peshevorsk Chassidic dynasty ultimately came from him. This week is connected to the Written Torah (SeeBook 2), and Rebbe Moshe was famous for the Torah, tefillin, and mezuzah scrolls that he wrote. He was known as a man of tremendous purity and righteousness. He is also the author of Ohr Penei Moshe, a commentary on the Bible and on specific sections of the Talmud.[1]
 
Other yahrzeits this week include Rabbi Avraham Abba Leifer (the Pittsburgher Rebbe, 10th of Teveth), RabbiYehoshua Horowitz of Dzikov (author of Ateres Yeshua, 11th of Teveth), Rabbi Yaakov Yosef Shlomo of Vasoloi-Tel Aviv (11th of Teveth), and (often) Rav Moshe son of Rabbi David Biederman of Lelov (son-in-law of the “Holy Yid” of Peshischa and the first Chassidic Rebbe to settle in Jerusalem, 13thof Teveth).



 

Week 15 (Book 4b): Jerusalem and Motherhood

SONG OF SONGS:
9. King Solomon made himself a palanquin of the trees of Lebanon.
10. Its pillars he made of silver, its couch of gold, its curtain of purple, its interior inlaid with love, from the daughters of Jerusalem.
11. Go out, O daughters of Zion, and gaze upon King Solomon, upon the crown with which his mother crowned him on the day of his nuptials and on the day of the joy of his heart.
 
SOULS THAT DESCENDED TO EGYPT: Kehath
 
TALMUD SHEVUOTH: Daf 15 - Adding to Jerusalem
 
BOOK OF JEREMIAH: Chapter 15
 
Week 15 in the Jewish calendar is the week of the 10th of Teveth, which marks the Babylonian siege, which led to the destruction of the First Temple.
 
The section of Song of Songs for this week speaks of the Jewish people as a “mother,” and we are taught that “Solomon”in the Song of Songs is always a reference to G-d Himself. Rashi cites a Midrash explaining that G-d's calling the Jewish people His "mother" is the highest demonstration of his love. The positive and joyous image of the Jewish people as motherly stands in direct contrast to what took place during the siege of Jerusalem as reported by Jeremiah in the Book of Lamentations, Chapter 3:
 
9. Better off were the victims of the sword than the victims of hunger, for they ooze, pierced by the fruits of the field.
 
10. The hands of compassionate women boiled their own children; they have become their food in the destruction of the daughter of my people.
 
11. The Lord has spent His fury, He has poured out His fierce anger, and He has kindled a fire in Zion, which has consumed her foundations.
 
In the future, the 10th of Teveth will be a day of great joy. This section of Shir HaShirim appears relate to this future Messianic time, and is replete with references and descriptions of the Temple and the Tabernacle, as well as Jerusalem. It also makes reference to the giving of the Torah (the day of his nuptials) and the dedication of the Tabernacle (the day of the joy of his heart).
 
Of the seventy souls of the Jewish people that descended to Egypt, the fifteenth mentioned is Kehath. Kehath is the grandfather of Moshe and Aharon, as well as their uncle, the brother of their mother, Yocheved.[1]The Rebbe explains that Kehoth comes from the word, “to gather.” Kehath’stask regarding the Tabernacle was the highest of all the Levites – to carry the Holy Ark and its equipment. At the same time, Kohath’s camp was that of Korach, which saw tremendous destruction due to his actions.[2]The destruction seems parallel to the one related to this week, while the highest Temple tasks appear related to future times, when the Temple will be rebuilt and this day will be one of great joy.
 
Daf Tet Vav (Folio 15) of Shvuot speaks of the sanctification of the Klei Sharet (the instruments used in the Temple service) and the concept of “adding on” to Jerusalem or the Azarah (the entranceway of the Temple). The ritual of “adding on” involves singing and carrying loaves of bread. It stands in stark contrast to the events of the 10th of Teveth when Jerusalem was not “added to,” but rather restricted under siege. Instead of singing there was mourning, and instead of bread there was famine. Again, this seems to be related more to Messianic times, when this date will be one of feasting instead of fasting.
Chapter 15 of the Book of Jeremiah contains a similar theme to the above, although focusing on the negative aspects of this week, both related to the theme of motherhood and of Jerusalem. It also mentions the famine and distress that would come.
 
8. His widows are to Me more numerous than the sand of the seas; I have brought to them upon the mother a chosen one who will rob them at midday; I have cast upon her suddenly a city and terrors.
Rashi - upon a mother: Upon Jerusalem, which is a city (and a mother) in Israel.
 
9. She who bore seven has been cut off, her soul grieves, her sun sets when it is still day. She is ashamed and confounded. And her remnant I shall deliver to the sword before their enemies, says the Lord.
 
10. Woe is to me, my mother, that you bore me, a man of quarrel and a man of contention to the whole land.



[1]http://m.chabad.org/m/article_cdo/aid/733394
[2]http://www.njop.org/html/printfiles/Bamidbar5771.html
 

Week 15 (Book 5): Reviewing the Second Week of Teveth - Psalms 43-45; 42:11-12, 59:1-2; 89:16

PSALMS
 
Chapter 43
 
1. Avenge me, O G-d, and champion my cause against an impious nation; rescue me from the man of deceit and iniquity. 2. For You are the G-d of my strength; why have You abandoned me? Why must I walk in gloom under the oppression of the enemy? 3. Send Your light and Your truth, they will guide me; they will bring me to Your holy mountain and to your sanctuaries. 4. Then I will come to the altar of G-d-to G-d, the joy of my delight-and praise You on the lyre, O G-d, my G-d. 5. Why are you downcast, my soul, and why do you wail within me? Hope to G-d, for I will yet thank Him; He is my deliverance, [the light of] my countenance, and my G-d.
 
Chapter 44
 
1. For the Conductor, by the sons of Korach, a maskil.1 2. G-d, with our ears we have heard, our fathers have told us, of the deeds You wrought in their days, in the days of old. 3. You drove out nations with Your hand, and planted [Israel in their place]; You afflicted peoples and banished them. 4. For not by their sword did they inherit the land, and their own arm did not save them, but by Your right hand, Your arm and the light of Your countenance-for You favored them. 5. You are my king, O G-d; decree the salvation of Jacob. 6. Through You will we gore our adversaries; with Your Name we will trample our opponents. 7. For I do not trust in my bow, and my sword cannot save me. 8. For You have delivered us from our foes, and You shamed those who hate us. 9. In G-d we glory all day, and forever thank Your Name, Selah. 10. Though You abandon and disgrace us, and do not go forth with our armies; 11. You cause us to retreat from the oppressor, and those who hate us plunder for themselves; 12. You deliver us like sheep to be devoured, and scatter us among the nations; 13. You sell Your nation without gain, and do not set a high price upon them; 14. You make us a disgrace to our neighbors, the scorn and derision of those around us; 15. You make us a byword among the nations, [a cause for] nodding the head among the peoples; 16. all day long my humiliation is before me, and the shame of my face covers me 17. at the voice of the reviler and blasphemer, because of the foe and avenger- 18. all this has come upon us, yet we have not forgotten You, nor have we been false to Your covenant. 19. Our hearts have not retracted, nor have our steps strayed from Your path. 20. Even when You crushed us in the place of serpents, and shrouded us in the shadow of death- 21. did we forget the Name of our G-d, and extend our hands to a foreign G-d? 22. Is it not so that G-d can examine this, for He knows the secrets of the heart. 23. For it is for Your sake that we are killed all the time; we are regarded as sheep for the slaughter. 24. Arise! Why do You sleep, my Lord? Wake up! Do not abandon [us] forever! 25. Why do You conceal Your countenance and forget our affliction and distress? 26. For our souls are bowed to the dust, our bellies cleave to the earth. 27. Arise! Be our help, and redeem us for the sake of Your kindness.
 
Chapter 45
 
1. For the Conductor, upon the shoshanim,1 By the sons of Korach; a maskil,2 a song of love. 2. My heart is astir with a noble theme; I say, "My composition is for the king;3 my tongue is the pen of a skillful scribe.” 3. You are the most handsome of men, charm is poured upon your lips; therefore has G-d blessed you forever. 4. Gird your sword upon your thigh, O mighty one-it is your majesty and splendor. 5. And with your splendor, succeed and ride on for the sake of truth and righteous humility; and your right hand will guide you to awesome deeds. 6. Your arrows are sharpened-nations fall beneath you-[the arrows fall] into the hearts of the king's enemies. 7. Your throne, O ruler, is forever and ever, [for] the scepter of justice is the scepter of your kingdom. 8. You love righteousness and hate wickedness; therefore has G-d, your G-d, anointed you with oil of joy above your peers. 9. Myrrh, aloes and cassia are [the fragrance] of all your garments, which are from ivory palaces that bring you joy. 10. Daughters of kings visit you, and the queen stands erect at your right hand, adorned in the fine gold of Ophir. 11. Hear, O daughter, and observe, incline your ear; forget your people and your father's house. 12. Then the king will desire your beauty. He is your master-bow to him. 13. The daughter of Tyre, the wealthiest of nations, will seek your favor with a gift. 14. All the glory of the princess is within; her clothing surpasses settings of gold. 15. In embroidered garments she will be brought to the king; the maidens in her train, her companions, will be led to you. 16. They will be brought with gladness and joy, they will enter the palace of the king. 17. Your sons will succeed your fathers; you will appoint them ministers throughout the land. 18. I will cause Your Name to be remembered throughout the generations; therefore will the nations praise You forever and ever.


TIKKUN HAKLALI
 
Chapter 42
 
11. With murder in my bones, my oppressors have reproached me by saying to me all day long, "Where is your G-d?" 12. Why are you downcast, my soul, and why do you stir within me? Hope to G-d, for I will yet thank Him for the salvations of my countenance and my G-d.
 
Chapter 59
 
1. For the conductor, al tashcheth; of David a michtam, when Saul sent and they guarded the house to slay him. 2. Save me from my enemies, my G-d; strengthen me against those who rise up against me.
 
 
PSALM 89
 
16. Fortunate is the people that know the blasting of the shofar; O Lord, may they walk in the light of Your countenance.
 

Monday, December 22, 2014

5775 Calendar with Numbers for Each Week and Sefirot for Each Day (plus Alef-Beit 22-Day Cycles)


 

September 2014
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
 
1
 
2
 
3
 
4
 
5
 
6
 
7
 
8
 
9
 
10
 
11
 
12
 
13
 
14
 
15
 
16
 
17
 
18
 
19
 
20
 
21
(WEEK 1)
(ALEF/ BEIT 22-DAY CYCLE)
 26th of Elul, 5774
Chesed SheBeChesed
SheBeChesed
22
 27th of Elul, 5774
Chagigah 14
Gevurah
SheBeChesed
SheBeChesed
23
 28th of Elul, 5774
Chagigah 15
Tiferet
SheBeChesed
SheBeChesed
24
29th of Elul, 5774
Erev Rosh Hashana
Chagigah 16
Netzach
SheBeChesed
SheBeChesed
25
1st of Tishrei, 5775
Rosh Hashana 5775
Chagigah 17
Hod
SheBeChesed
SheBeChesed
26
2nd of Tishrei, 5775
Rosh Hashana II
Chagigah 18
Yesod
SheBeChesed
SheBeChesed
27
Malchut SheBeChesed
SheBeChesed
28
(WEEK 2)
4th of Tishrei, 5775
Tzom Gedaliah
Chagigah 20
Chesed SheBeGevurah
SheBeChesed
29
5th of Tishrei, 5775
Chagigah 21
Gevurah
SheBeGevurah
SheBeChesed
30
6th of Tishrei, 5775
Chagigah 22
Tiferet
SheBeGevurah
SheBeChesed
 
 
 
 
October 2014
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
 
 
 
1
7th of Tishrei, 5775
Chagigah 23
Netzach
SheBeGevurah
SheBeChesed
2
8th of Tishrei, 5775
Chagigah 24
Hod
SheBeGevurah
SheBeChesed
3
9th of Tishrei, 5775
Erev Yom Kippur
Chagigah 25
Yesod
SheBeGevurah
SheBeChesed
4
10th of Tishrei, 5775
Yom Kippur
Chagigah 26
Malchut
SheBeGevurah
SheBeChesed
5
(WEEK 3)
11th of Tishrei, 5775
Chagigah 27
Chesed SheBeTiferet
SheBeChesed
6
12th of Tishrei, 5775
Yevamot 2
Gevurah
SheBeTiferet
SheBeChesed
7
13th of Tishrei, 5775
Yevamot 3
Tiferet
SheBeTiferet
SheBeChesed
8
14th of Tishrei, 5775
Erev Sukkot
Yevamot 4
Netzach
SheBeTiferet
SheBeChesed
9
15th of Tishrei, 5775
Sukkot I
Yevamot 5
Hod
SheBeTiferet
SheBeChesed
10
16th of Tishrei, 5775
Sukkot II
Yevamot 6
Yesod
SheBeTiferet
SheBeChesed
11
17th of Tishrei, 5775
Sukkot III (CH''M)
Yevamot 7
Malchut
SheBeTiferet
SheBeChesed
12
(WEEK 4)
18th of Tishrei, 5775
Sukkot IV (CH''M)
Yevamot 8
Chesed SheBeNetzach
SheBeChesed
13
(GIMMEL/ DALET 22-DAY CYCLE)
19th of Tishrei, 5775
Sukkot V (CH''M)
Yevamot 9
Gevurah
SheBeNetzach
SheBeChesed
14
20th of Tishrei, 5775
Sukkot VI (CH''M)
Yevamot 10
Tiferet
SheBeNetzach
SheBeChesed
15
21st of Tishrei, 5775
Sukkot VII (Hoshana Raba)
Yevamot 11
Netzach
SheBeNetzach
SheBeChesed
16
22nd of Tishrei, 5775
Shmini Atzeret
Yevamot 12
Hod
SheBeNetzach
SheBeChesed
17
23rd of Tishrei, 5775
Simchat Torah
Yevamot 13
Yesod SheBeNetzach
SheBeChesed
18
24th of Tishrei, 5775
Parashat Bereshit
Yevamot 14
Malchut
SheBeNetzach
SheBeChesed
19
(WEEK 5)
25th of Tishrei, 5775
Yevamot 15
Chesed SheBeHod
SheBeChesed
20
26th of Tishrei, 5775
Yevamot 16
Gevurah
SheBeHod
SheBeChesed
21
27th of Tishrei, 5775
Yevamot 17
Tiferet
SheBeHod
SheBeChesed
22
28th of Tishrei, 5775
Yevamot 18
Netzach
SheBeHod
SheBeChesed
23
29th of Tishrei, 5775
Yevamot 19
Hod
SheBeHod
SheBeChesed
24
30th of Tishrei, 5775
Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan
Yevamot 20
Yesod SheBeHod
SheBeChesed
25
Malchut
SheBeHod
SheBeChesed
26
(WEEK 6)
2nd of Cheshvan, 5775
Yevamot 22
Chesed SheBeYesod
SheBeChesed
27
3rd of Cheshvan, 5775
Yevamot 23
Gevurah
SheBeYesod
SheBeChesed
28
4th of Cheshvan, 5775
Yevamot 24
Tiferet
SheBeYesod
SheBeChesed
29
5th of Cheshvan, 5775
Yevamot 25
Netzach
SheBeYesod
SheBeChesed
30
6th of Cheshvan, 5775
Yevamot 26
Hod
SheBeYesod
SheBeChesed
31
7th of Cheshvan, 5775
Yevamot 27
Yesod SheBeYesod
SheBeChesed
 

 

November 2014
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
 
 
 
 
 
 
1
8th of Cheshvan, 5775
Parashat Lech-Lecha
Yevamot 28
Malchut
SheBeYesod
SheBeChesed
2
(WEEK 7)
9th of Cheshvan, 5775
Yevamot 29
Chesed SheBeMalchut
SheBeChesed
3
10th of Cheshvan, 5775
Yevamot 30
Gevurah
SheBeMalchut
SheBeChesed
4
(HEH/ VAV 22-DAY CYCLE)
11th of Cheshvan, 5775
Yevamot 31
Tiferet
SheBeMalchut
SheBeChesed
5
12th of Cheshvan, 5775
Yevamot 32
Netzach
SheBeMalchut
SheBeChesed
6
13th of Cheshvan, 5775
Yevamot 33
Hod
SheBeMalchut
SheBeChesed
7
14th of Cheshvan, 5775
Yevamot 34
Yesod SheBeMalchut
SheBeChesed
8
15th of Cheshvan, 5775
Parashat Vayera
Yevamot 35
Malchut
SheBeMalchut
SheBeChesed
9
(WEEK 8)
16th of Cheshvan, 5775
Yevamot 36
Chesed SheBeChesed
SheBeGevurah
10
17th of Cheshvan, 5775
Yevamot 37
Gevurah
SheBeChesed
SheBeGevurah
11
18th of Cheshvan, 5775
Yevamot 38
Tiferet
SheBeChesed
SheBeGevurah
12
19th of Cheshvan, 5775
Yevamot 39
Netzach
SheBeChesed
SheBeGevurah
13
20th of Cheshvan, 5775
Yevamot 40
Hod
SheBeChesed
SheBeGevurah
14
21st of Cheshvan, 5775
Yevamot 41
Yesod SheBeChesed
SheBeGevurah
15
22nd of Cheshvan, 5775
Parashat Chayei Sara
Yevamot 42
Malchut
SheBeChesed
SheBeGevurah
16
(WEEK 9)
23rd of Cheshvan, 5775
Yevamot 43
Chesed SheBeGevurah
SheBeGevurah
17
24th of Cheshvan, 5775
Yevamot 44
Gevurah
SheBeGevurah
SheBeGevurah
18
25th of Cheshvan, 5775
Yevamot 45
Tiferet
SheBeGevurah
SheBeGevurah
19
26th of Cheshvan, 5775
Yevamot 46
Netzach
SheBeGevurah
SheBeGevurah
20
27th of Cheshvan, 5775
Yevamot 47
Hod
SheBeGevurah
SheBeGevurah
21
28th of Cheshvan, 5775
Yevamot 48
Yesod SheBeGevurah
SheBeGevurah
22
29th of Cheshvan, 5775
Parashat Toldot
Yevamot 49
Malchut
SheBeGevurah
SheBeGevurah
23
(WEEK 10)
1st of Kislev, 5775
Rosh Chodesh Kislev
Yevamot 50
Chesed SheBeTiferet
SheBeGevurah
24
2nd of Kislev, 5775
Yevamot 51
Gevurah
SheBeTiferet
SheBeGevurah
25
3rd of Kislev, 5775
Yevamot 52
Tiferet
SheBeTiferet
SheBeGevurah
26
(ZAYIN / CHET 22-DAY CYCLE)
4th of Kislev, 5775
Yevamot 53
Netzach
SheBeTiferet
SheBeGevurah
27
5th of Kislev, 5775
Yevamot 54
Hod
SheBeTiferet
SheBeGevurah
28
6th of Kislev, 5775
Yevamot 55
Yesod SheBeTiferet
SheBeGevurah
29
7th of Kislev, 5775
Parashat Vayetzei
Yevamot 56
Malchut
SheBeTiferet
SheBeGevurah
30
(WEEK 11)
8th of Kislev, 5775
Yevamot 57
Chesed SheBeNetzach
SheBeGevurah
 
 
 
 
 
 
December 2014
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
 
1
9th of Kislev, 5775
Yevamot 58
Gevurah
SheBeNetzach
SheBeGevurah
2
10th of Kislev, 5775
Yevamot 59
Tiferet
SheBeNetzach
SheBeGevurah
3
11th of Kislev, 5775
Yevamot 60
Netzach
SheBeNetzach
SheBeGevurah
4
12th of Kislev, 5775
Yevamot 61
Hod
SheBeNetzach
SheBeGevurah
5
13th of Kislev, 5775
Yevamot 62
Yesod SheBeNetzach
SheBeGevurah
6
14th of Kislev, 5775
Parashat Vayishlach
Yevamot 63
Malchut
SheBeNetzach
SheBeGevurah
7
(WEEK 12)
15th of Kislev, 5775
Yevamot 64
Chesed SheBeHod
SheBeGevurah
8
16th of Kislev, 5775
Yevamot 65
Gevurah
SheBeHod
SheBeGevurah
9
17th of Kislev, 5775
Yevamot 66
Tiferet
SheBeHod
SheBeGevurah
10
18th of Kislev, 5775
Yevamot 67
Netzach
SheBeHod
SheBeGevurah
11
19th of Kislev, 5775
Yevamot 68
Hod
SheBeHod
SheBeGevurah
12
20th of Kislev, 5775
Yevamot 69
Yesod SheBeHod
SheBeGevurah
13
21st of Kislev, 5775
Parashat Vayeshev
Yevamot 70
Malchut
SheBeHod
SheBeGevurah
14
(WEEK 13)
22nd of Kislev, 5775
Yevamot 71
Chesed SheBeYesod
SheBeGevurah
15
23rd of Kislev, 5775
Yevamot 72
Gevurah
SheBeYesod
SheBeGevurah
16
24th of Kislev, 5775
Chanukah: 1 Candle
Yevamot 73
Tiferet
SheBeYesod
SheBeGevurah
17
25th of Kislev, 5775
Chanukah: 2 Candles
Yevamot 74
Netzach
SheBeYesod
SheBeGevurah
18
(TET/ YUD 22-DAY CYCLE)
26th of Kislev, 5775
Chanukah: 3 Candles
Yevamot 75
Hod
SheBeYesod
SheBeGevurah
19
27th of Kislev, 5775
Chanukah: 4 Candles
Yevamot 76
Yesod SheBeYesod
SheBeGevurah
20
Malchut
SheBeYesod
SheBeGevurah
21
(WEEK 14)
29th of Kislev, 5775
Chanukah: 6 Candles
Yevamot 78
Chesed SheBeMalchut
SheBeGevurah
22
Gevurah
SheBeMalchut
SheBeGevurah
23
Tiferet
SheBeMalchut
SheBeGevurah
24
2nd of Tevet, 5775
Chanukah: 8th Day
Yevamot 81
Netzach
SheBeMalchut
SheBeGevurah
25
3rd of Tevet, 5775
Yevamot 82
Hod
SheBeMalchut
SheBeGevurah
26
4th of Tevet, 5775
Yevamot 83
Yesod SheBeMalchut
SheBeGevurah
27
5th of Tevet, 5775
Parashat Vayigash
Yevamot 84
Malchut
SheBeMalchut
SheBeGevurah
28
(WEEK 15)
6th of Tevet, 5775
Yevamot 85
Chesed SheBeChesed
SheBeTiferet
29
7th of Tevet, 5775
Yevamot 86
Gevurah
SheBeChesed
SheBeTiferet
30
8th of Tevet, 5775
Yevamot 87
Tiferet
SheBeChesed
SheBeTiferet
31
9th of Tevet, 5775
Yevamot 88
Netzach
SheBeChesed
SheBeTiferet
 
 
 

 

January 2015
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
 
 
 
 
1
10th of Tevet, 5775
Asara B'Tevet
Yevamot 89
Hod
SheBeChesed
SheBeTiferet
2
11th of Tevet, 5775
Yevamot 90
Yesod SheBeChesed
SheBeTiferet
3
12th of Tevet, 5775
Parashat Vayechi
Yevamot 91
Malchut
SheBeChesed
SheBeTiferet
4
(WEEK 16)
13th of Tevet, 5775
Yevamot 92
Chesed SheBeGevurah
SheBeTiferet
5
14th of Tevet, 5775
Yevamot 93
Gevurah
SheBeGevurah
SheBeTiferet
6
15th of Tevet, 5775
Yevamot 94
Tiferet
SheBeGevurah
SheBeTiferet
7
16th of Tevet, 5775
Yevamot 95
Netzach
SheBeGevurah
SheBeTiferet
8
17th of Tevet, 5775
Yevamot 96
Hod
SheBeGevurah
SheBeTiferet
9
(KAF/ LAMED 22-DAY CYCLE)
18th of Tevet, 5775
Yevamot 97
Yesod SheBeGevurah
SheBeTiferet
10
19th of Tevet, 5775
Parashat Shemot
Yevamot 98
Malchut
SheBeGevurah
SheBeTiferet
11
(WEEK 17)
20th of Tevet, 5775
Yevamot 99
Chesed SheBeTiferet SheBeTiferet
12
21st of Tevet, 5775
Yevamot 100
Gevurah
SheBeTiferet SheBeTiferet
13
22nd of Tevet, 5775
Yevamot 101
Tiferet
SheBeTiferet SheBeTiferet
14
23rd of Tevet, 5775
Yevamot 102
Netzach
SheBeTiferet SheBeTiferet
15
24th of Tevet, 5775
Yevamot 103
Hod
SheBeTiferet SheBeTiferet
16
25th of Tevet, 5775
Yevamot 104
Yesod SheBeTiferet SheBeTiferet
17
26th of Tevet, 5775
Parashat Vaera
Yevamot 105
Malchut
SheBeTiferet SheBeTiferet
18
(WEEK 18)
27th of Tevet, 5775
Yevamot 106
Chesed SheBeNetzach SheBeTiferet
19
28th of Tevet, 5775
Yevamot 107
Gevurah
SheBeNetzach SheBeTiferet
20
29th of Tevet, 5775
Yevamot 108
Tiferet
SheBeNetzach SheBeTiferet
21
1st of Sh'vat, 5775
Rosh Chodesh Sh'vat
Yevamot 109
Netzach
SheBeNetzach SheBeTiferet
22
2nd of Sh'vat, 5775
Yevamot 110
Hod
SheBeNetzach SheBeTiferet
23
3rd of Sh'vat, 5775
Yevamot 111
Yesod
SheBeNetzach SheBeTiferet
24
4th of Sh'vat, 5775
Parashat Bo
Yevamot 112
Malchut
SheBeNetzach SheBeTiferet
25
(WEEK 19)
5th of Sh'vat, 5775
Yevamot 113
Chesed
SheBeHod SheBeTiferet
26
6th of Sh'vat, 5775
Yevamot 114
Gevurah
SheBeHod SheBeTiferet
27
7th of Sh'vat, 5775
Yevamot 115
Tiferet
SheBeHod SheBeTiferet
28
8th of Sh'vat, 5775
Yevamot 116
Netzach
SheBeHod SheBeTiferet
29
9th of Sh'vat, 5775
Yevamot 117
Hod
SheBeHod SheBeTiferet
30
10th of Sh'vat, 5775
Yevamot 118
Yesod
SheBeHod SheBeTiferet
31
(MEM/ NUN LAMED 22-DAY CYCLE)
11th of Sh'vat, 5775
Parashat Beshalach
Yevamot 119
Malchut
SheBeHod SheBeTiferet
February 2015
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
1
(WEEK 20)
12th of Sh'vat, 5775
Yevamot 120
Chesed
SheBeYesod SheBeTiferet
2
13th of Sh'vat, 5775
Yevamot 121
Gevurah
SheBeYesod SheBeTiferet
3
14th of Sh'vat, 5775
Yevamot 122
Tiferet
SheBeYesod SheBeTiferet
4
15th of Sh'vat, 5775
Tu BiShvat
Ketubot 2
Netzach
SheBeYesod SheBeTiferet
5
16th of Sh'vat, 5775
Ketubot 3
Hod
SheBeYesod SheBeTiferet
6
17th of Sh'vat, 5775
Ketubot 4
Yesod
SheBeYesod SheBeTiferet
7
18th of Sh'vat, 5775
Parashat Yitro
Ketubot 5
Malchut
SheBeYesod SheBeTiferet
8
(WEEK 21)
19th of Sh'vat, 5775
Ketubot 6
Chesed
SheBeMalchut SheBeTiferet
9
20th of Sh'vat, 5775
Ketubot 7
Gevurah
SheBeMalchut SheBeTiferet
10
21st of Sh'vat, 5775
Ketubot 8
Tiferet
SheBeMalchut SheBeTiferet
11
22nd of Sh'vat, 5775
Ketubot 9
Netzach
SheBeMalchut SheBeTiferet
12
23rd of Sh'vat, 5775
Ketubot 10
Hod
SheBeMalchut SheBeTiferet
13
24th of Sh'vat, 5775
Ketubot 11
Yesod
SheBeMalchut SheBeTiferet
14
Malchut
SheBeMalchut SheBeTiferet
15
(WEEK 22)
26th of Sh'vat, 5775
Ketubot 13
Chesed
ShebeChesed
SheBeNetzach
16
27th of Sh'vat, 5775
Ketubot 14
Gevurah
ShebeChesed
SheBeNetzach
17
28th of Sh'vat, 5775
Ketubot 15
Tiferet
ShebeChesed
SheBeNetzach
18
29th of Sh'vat, 5775
Ketubot 16
Netzach
ShebeChesed
SheBeNetzach
19
30th of Sh'vat, 5775
Rosh Chodesh Adar
Ketubot 17
Hod
ShebeChesed
SheBeNetzach
20
1st of Adar, 5775
Rosh Chodesh Adar
Ketubot 18
Yesod
ShebeChesed
SheBeNetzach
21
2nd of Adar, 5775
Parashat Terumah
Ketubot 19
Malchut
ShebeChesed
SheBeNetzach
22
(WEEK 23)
(SAMECH/ AYIN 22-DAY CYCLE)
3rd of Adar, 5775
Ketubot 20
Chesed
ShebeGevurah
SheBeNetzach
23
4th of Adar, 5775
Ketubot 21
Gevurah
ShebeGevurah
SheBeNetzach
24
5th of Adar, 5775
Ketubot 22
Tiferet
ShebeGevurah
SheBeNetzach
25
6th of Adar, 5775
Ketubot 23
Netzach
ShebeGevurah
SheBeNetzach
26
7th of Adar, 5775
Ketubot 24
Hod
ShebeGevurah
SheBeNetzach
27
8th of Adar, 5775
Ketubot 25
Yesod
ShebeGevurah
SheBeNetzach
28
Malchut
ShebeGevurah
SheBeNetzach

 

March 2015
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
1
(WEEK 24)
10th of Adar, 5775
Ketubot 27
Chesed
ShebeTiferet
SheBeNetzach
2
11th of Adar, 5775
Ketubot 28
Gevurah
ShebeTiferet
SheBeNetzach
3
12th of Adar, 5775
Ketubot 29
Tiferet
ShebeTiferet
SheBeNetzach
4
Netzach
ShebeTiferet
SheBeNetzach
5
14th of Adar, 5775
Purim
Ketubot 31
Hod
ShebeTiferet
SheBeNetzach
6
15th of Adar, 5775
Shushan Purim
Ketubot 32
Yesod
ShebeTiferet
SheBeNetzach
7
16th of Adar, 5775
Parashat Ki Tisa
Ketubot 33
Malchut
ShebeTiferet
SheBeNetzach
8
(WEEK 25)
17th of Adar, 5775
Ketubot 34
Chesed
ShebeNetzach
SheBeNetzach
9
18th of Adar, 5775
Ketubot 35
Gevurah
ShebeNetzach
SheBeNetzach
10
19th of Adar, 5775
Ketubot 36
Tiferet
ShebeNetzach
SheBeNetzach
11
20th of Adar, 5775
Ketubot 37
Netzach
ShebeNetzach
SheBeNetzach
12
21st of Adar, 5775
Ketubot 38
Hod
ShebeNetzach
SheBeNetzach
13
22nd of Adar, 5775
Ketubot 39
Yesod
ShebeNetzach
SheBeNetzach
14
Malchut
ShebeNetzach
SheBeNetzach
15
(WEEK 26)
24th of Adar, 5775
Ketubot 41
Chesed
SheBeHod
SheBeNetzach
16
(PEH/ TZADIK  22-DAY CYCLE)
25th of Adar, 5775
Ketubot 42
Gevurah
SheBeHod
SheBeNetzach
17
26th of Adar, 5775
Ketubot 43
Tiferet
SheBeHod
SheBeNetzach
18
27th of Adar, 5775
Ketubot 44
Netzach
SheBeHod
SheBeNetzach
19
28th of Adar, 5775
Ketubot 45
Hod
SheBeHod
SheBeNetzach
20
29th of Adar, 5775
Ketubot 46
Yesod
SheBeHod
SheBeNetzach
21
Malchut
SheBeHod
SheBeNetzach
22
(WEEK 27)
2nd of Nisan, 5775
Ketubot 48
Chesed
SheBeYesod
SheBeNetzach
23
3rd of Nisan, 5775
Ketubot 49
Gevurah
SheBeYesod
SheBeNetzach
24
4th of Nisan, 5775
Ketubot 50
Tiferet
SheBeYesod
SheBeNetzach
25
5th of Nisan, 5775
Ketubot 51
Netzach
SheBeYesod
SheBeNetzach
26
6th of Nisan, 5775
Ketubot 52
Hod
SheBeYesod
SheBeNetzach
27
7th of Nisan, 5775
Ketubot 53
Yesod
SheBeYesod
SheBeNetzach
28
Malchut
SheBeYesod
SheBeNetzach
29
(WEEK 28)
9th of Nisan, 5775
Ketubot 55
Chesed
SheBeMalchut
SheBeNetzach
30
10th of Nisan, 5775
Ketubot 56
Gevurah
SheBeMalchut
SheBeNetzach
31
11th of Nisan, 5775
Ketubot 57
Tiferet
SheBeMalchut
SheBeNetzach
 
 
 
 
April 2015
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
 
 
 
1
12th of Nisan, 5775
Ketubot 58
Netzach
SheBeMalchut
SheBeNetzach
2
13th of Nisan, 5775
Ketubot 59
Hod
SheBeMalchut
SheBeNetzach
3
Yesod
SheBeMalchut
SheBeNetzach
4
15th of Nisan, 5775
Pesach I
Ketubot 61
Malchut
SheBeMalchut
SheBeNetzach
5
(WEEK 29)
16th of Nisan, 5775
Pesach II
1st day of the Omer
Ketubot 62
Chesed
SheBeChesed
SheBeHod
6
17th of Nisan, 5775
Pesach III (CH''M)
2nd day of the Omer
Ketubot 63
Gevurah
SheBeChesed
SheBeHod
7
18th of Nisan, 5775
Pesach IV (CH''M)
3rd day of the Omer
Ketubot 64
Tiferet
SheBeChesed
SheBeHod
8
(KUF/ REISH  22-DAY CYCLE)
19th of Nisan, 5775
Pesach V (CH''M)
4th day of the Omer
Ketubot 65
Netzach
SheBeChesed
SheBeHod
9
20th of Nisan, 5775
Pesach VI (CH''M)
5th day of the Omer
Ketubot 66
Hod
SheBeChesed
SheBeHod
10
21st of Nisan, 5775
Pesach VII
6th day of the Omer
Ketubot 67
Yesod
SheBeChesed
SheBeHod
11
22nd of Nisan, 5775
Pesach VIII
7th day of the Omer
Ketubot 68
Malchut
SheBeChesed
SheBeHod
12
(WEEK 30)
23rd of Nisan, 5775
8th day of the Omer
Ketubot 69
Chesed
SheBeGevurah
SheBeHod
13
24th of Nisan, 5775
9th day of the Omer
Ketubot 70
Gevurah
SheBeGevurah
SheBeHod
14
25th of Nisan, 5775
10th day of the Omer
Ketubot 71
Tiferet
SheBeGevurah
SheBeHod
15
26th of Nisan, 5775
11th day of the Omer
Ketubot 72
Netzach
SheBeGevurah
SheBeHod
16
27th of Nisan, 5775
Yom HaShoah
12th day of the Omer
Ketubot 73
Hod
SheBeGevurah
SheBeHod
17
28th of Nisan, 5775
13th day of the Omer
Ketubot 74
Yesod
SheBeGevurah
SheBeHod
18
29th of Nisan, 5775
Parashat Shmini
14th day of the Omer
Ketubot 75
Malchut
SheBeGevurah
SheBeHod
19
(WEEK 31)
30th of Nisan, 5775
Rosh Chodesh Iyyar
15th day of the Omer
Ketubot 76
Chesed
SheBeTiferet
SheBeHod
20
1st of Iyyar, 5775
Rosh Chodesh Iyyar
16th day of the Omer
Ketubot 77
Gevurah
SheBeTiferet
SheBeHod
21
2nd of Iyyar, 5775
17th day of the Omer
Ketubot 78
Tiferet
SheBeTiferet
SheBeHod
22
3rd of Iyyar, 5775
Yom HaZikaron
18th day of the Omer
Ketubot 79
Netzach
SheBeTiferet
SheBeHod
23
4th of Iyyar, 5775
Yom HaAtzma'ut
19th day of the Omer
Ketubot 80
Hod
SheBeTiferet
SheBeHod
24
5th of Iyyar, 5775
20th day of the Omer
Ketubot 81
Yesod
SheBeTiferet
SheBeHod
25
6th of Iyyar, 5775
Parashat Tazria-Metzora
21st day of the Omer
Ketubot 82
Malchut
SheBeTiferet
SheBeHod
26
(WEEK 32)
7th of Iyyar, 5775
22nd day of the Omer
Ketubot 83
Chesed
SheBeNetzach
SheBeHod
27
8th of Iyyar, 5775
23rd day of the Omer
Ketubot 84
Gevurah
SheBeNetzach
SheBeHod
28
9th of Iyyar, 5775
24th day of the Omer
Ketubot 85
Tiferet
SheBeNetzach
SheBeHod
29
(SHIN/ TAV  22-DAY CYCLE)
10th of Iyyar, 5775
25th day of the Omer
Ketubot 86
Netzach
SheBeNetzach
SheBeHod
30
11th of Iyyar, 5775
26th day of the Omer
Ketubot 87
Hod
SheBeNetzach
SheBeHod
 
 

 

May 2015
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
 
 
 
 
 
1
12th of Iyyar, 5775
27th day of the Omer
Ketubot 88
Yesod
SheBeNetzach
SheBeHod
2
13th of Iyyar, 5775
Parashat Achrei Mot-Kedoshim
28th day of the Omer
Ketubot 89
Malchut
SheBeNetzach
SheBeHod
3
(WEEK 33)
14th of Iyyar, 5775
Pesach Sheni
29th day of the Omer
Ketubot 90
Chesed
SheBeHod
SheBeHod
4
15th of Iyyar, 5775
30th day of the Omer
Ketubot 91
Gevurah
SheBeHod
SheBeHod
5
16th of Iyyar, 5775
31st day of the Omer
Ketubot 92
Tiferet
SheBeHod
SheBeHod
6
17th of Iyyar, 5775
32nd day of the Omer
Ketubot 93
Netzach
SheBeHod
SheBeHod
7
18th of Iyyar, 5775
Lag B'Omer
33rd day of the Omer
Ketubot 94
Hod
SheBeHod
SheBeHod
8
19th of Iyyar, 5775
34th day of the Omer
Ketubot 95
Yesod
SheBeHod
SheBeHod
9
20th of Iyyar, 5775
Parashat Emor
35th day of the Omer
Ketubot 96
Malchut
SheBeHod
SheBeHod
10
(WEEK 34)
21st of Iyyar, 5775
36th day of the Omer
Ketubot 97
Chesed
SheBeYesod
SheBeHod
11
22nd of Iyyar, 5775
37th day of the Omer
Ketubot 98
Gevurah
SheBeYesod
SheBeHod
12
23rd of Iyyar, 5775
38th day of the Omer
Ketubot 99
Tiferet
SheBeYesod
SheBeHod
13
24th of Iyyar, 5775
39th day of the Omer
Ketubot 100
Netzach
SheBeYesod
SheBeHod
14
25th of Iyyar, 5775
40th day of the Omer
Ketubot 101
Hod
SheBeYesod
SheBeHod
15
26th of Iyyar, 5775
41st day of the Omer
Ketubot 102
Yesod
SheBeYesod
SheBeHod
16
27th of Iyyar, 5775
Parashat Behar-Bechukotai
42nd day of the Omer
Ketubot 103
Malchut
SheBeYesod
SheBeHod
17
(WEEK 35)
28th of Iyyar, 5775
Yom Yerushalayim
43rd day of the Omer
Ketubot 104
Chesed
SheBeMalchut
SheBeHod
18
29th of Iyyar, 5775
44th day of the Omer
Ketubot 105
Gevurah
SheBeMalchut
SheBeHod
19
1st of Sivan, 5775
Rosh Chodesh Sivan
45th day of the Omer
Ketubot 106
Tiferet
SheBeMalchut
SheBeHod
20
2nd of Sivan, 5775
46th day of the Omer
Ketubot 107
Netzach
SheBeMalchut
SheBeHod
21
(KAF SOFIT  22-DAY CYCLE)
3rd of Sivan, 5775
47th day of the Omer
Ketubot 108
Hod
SheBeMalchut
SheBeHod
22
4th of Sivan, 5775
48th day of the Omer
Ketubot 109 Yesod
SheBeMalchut
SheBeHod
23
5th of Sivan, 5775
Parashat Bamidbar
Erev Shavuot
49th day of the Omer
Ketubot 110
Malchut
SheBeMalchut
SheBeHod
24
(WEEK 36)
6th of Sivan, 5775
Shavuot I
Ketubot 111
Chesed
SheBeChesed
SheBeYesod
25
7th of Sivan, 5775
Shavuot II
Ketubot 112
Gevurah
SheBeChesed
SheBeYesod
26
8th of Sivan, 5775
Nedarim 2
Tiferet
SheBeChesed
SheBeYesod
27
9th of Sivan, 5775
Nedarim 3
Netzach
SheBeChesed
SheBeYesod
28
10th of Sivan, 5775
Nedarim 4
Hod
SheBeChesed
SheBeYesod
29
11th of Sivan, 5775
Nedarim 5
Yesod
SheBeChesed
SheBeYesod
30
12th of Sivan, 5775
Parashat Nasso
Nedarim 6
Malchut
SheBeChesed
SheBeYesod
31
(WEEK 37)
13th of Sivan, 5775
Nedarim 7
Chesed
SheBeGevurah
SheBeYesod
 
 
 
 
 
 
June 2015
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
 
1
14th of Sivan, 5775
Nedarim 8
Gevurah
SheBeGevurah
SheBeYesod
2
15th of Sivan, 5775
Nedarim 9
Tiferet
SheBeGevurah
SheBeYesod
3
16th of Sivan, 5775
Nedarim 10
Netzach
SheBeGevurah
SheBeYesod
4
17th of Sivan, 5775
Nedarim 11
Hod
SheBeGevurah
SheBeYesod
5
18th of Sivan, 5775
Nedarim 12
Yesod
SheBeGevurah
SheBeYesod
6
19th of Sivan, 5775
Parashat Beha'alotcha
Nedarim 13
Malchut
SheBeGevurah
SheBeYesod
7
(WEEK 38)
20th of Sivan, 5775
Nedarim 14
Chesed
SheBeTiferet
SheBeYesod
8
21st of Sivan, 5775
Nedarim 15
Gevurah
SheBeTiferet
SheBeYesod
9
22nd of Sivan, 5775
Nedarim 16
Tiferet
SheBeTiferet
SheBeYesod
10
23rd of Sivan, 5775
Nedarim 17
Netzach
SheBeTiferet
SheBeYesod
11
24th of Sivan, 5775
Nedarim 18
Hod
SheBeTiferet
SheBeYesod
12
(MEM SOFIT  22-DAY CYCLE)
25th of Sivan, 5775
Nedarim 19
Yesod
SheBeTiferet
SheBeYesod
13
26th of Sivan, 5775
Parashat Sh'lach
Nedarim 20
Malchut
SheBeTiferet
SheBeYesod
14
(WEEK 39)
27th of Sivan, 5775
Nedarim 21
Chesed
SheBeNetzach
SheBeYesod
15
28th of Sivan, 5775
Nedarim 22
Gevurah
SheBeNetzach
SheBeYesod
16
29th of Sivan, 5775
Nedarim 23
Tiferet
SheBeNetzach
SheBeYesod
17
30th of Sivan, 5775
Rosh Chodesh Tamuz
Nedarim 24
Netzach
SheBeNetzach
SheBeYesod
18
1st of Tamuz, 5775
Rosh Chodesh Tamuz
Nedarim 25
Hod
SheBeNetzach
SheBeYesod
19
2nd of Tamuz, 5775
Nedarim 26
Yesod
SheBeNetzach
SheBeYesod
20
3rd of Tamuz, 5775
Parashat Korach
Nedarim 27
Malchut
SheBeNetzach
SheBeYesod
21
(WEEK 40)
4th of Tamuz, 5775
Nedarim 28
Chesed
SheBeHod
SheBeYesod
22
5th of Tamuz, 5775
Nedarim 29
Gevurah
SheBeHod
SheBeYesod
23
6th of Tamuz, 5775
Nedarim 30
Tiferet
SheBeHod
SheBeYesod
24
7th of Tamuz, 5775
Nedarim 31
Netzach
SheBeHod
SheBeYesod
25
8th of Tamuz, 5775
Nedarim 32
Hod
SheBeHod
SheBeYesod
26
9th of Tamuz, 5775
Nedarim 33
Yesod
SheBeHod
SheBeYesod
27
10th of Tamuz, 5775
Parashat Chukat
Nedarim 34
Malchut
SheBeHod
SheBeYesod
28
(WEEK 41)
11th of Tamuz, 5775
Nedarim 35
Chesed
SheBeYesod
SheBeYesod
29
12th of Tamuz, 5775
Nedarim 36
Gevurah
SheBeYesod
SheBeYesod
30
13th of Tamuz, 5775
Nedarim 37
Tiferet
SheBeYesod
SheBeYesod
 
 
 
 

 

July 2015
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
 
 
 
1
14th of Tamuz, 5775
Nedarim 38
Netzach
SheBeYesod
SheBeYesod
2
15th of Tamuz, 5775
Nedarim 39
Hod
SheBeYesod
SheBeYesod
3
16th of Tamuz, 5775
Nedarim 40
Yesod
SheBeYesod
SheBeYesod
4
(NUN SOFIT  22-DAY CYCLE)
17th of Tamuz, 5775
Parashat Balak
Nedarim 41
Malchut
SheBeYesod
SheBeYesod
5
(WEEK 42)
18th of Tamuz, 5775
Tzom Tammuz
Nedarim 42
Chesed
SheBeMalchut
SheBeYesod
6
19th of Tamuz, 5775
Nedarim 43
Gevurah
SheBeMalchut
SheBeYesod
7
20th of Tamuz, 5775
Nedarim 44
Tiferet
SheBeMalchut
SheBeYesod
8
21st of Tamuz, 5775
Nedarim 45
Netzach
SheBeMalchut
SheBeYesod
9
22nd of Tamuz, 5775
Nedarim 46
Hod
SheBeMalchut
SheBeYesod
10
23rd of Tamuz, 5775
Nedarim 47
Yesod
SheBeMalchut
SheBeYesod
11
24th of Tamuz, 5775
Parashat Pinchas
Nedarim 48
Malchut
SheBeMalchut
SheBeYesod
12
(WEEK 43)
25th of Tamuz, 5775
Nedarim 49
Chesed
SheBeChesed
SheBeMalchut
13
26th of Tamuz, 5775
Nedarim 50
Gevurah
SheBeChesed
SheBeMalchut
14
27th of Tamuz, 5775
Nedarim 51
Tiferet
SheBeChesed
SheBeMalchut
15
28th of Tamuz, 5775
Nedarim 52
Netzach
SheBeChesed
SheBeMalchut
16
29th of Tamuz, 5775
Nedarim 53
Hod
SheBeChesed
SheBeMalchut
17
1st of Av, 5775
Rosh Chodesh Av
Nedarim 54
Yesod
SheBeChesed
SheBeMalchut
18
Malchut
SheBeChesed
SheBeMalchut
19
(WEEK 44)
3rd of Av, 5775
Nedarim 56
Chesed
SheBeGevurah
SheBeMalchut
20
4th of Av, 5775
Nedarim 57
Gevurah
SheBeGevurah
SheBeMalchut
21
5th of Av, 5775
Nedarim 58
Tiferet
SheBeGevurah
SheBeMalchut
22
6th of Av, 5775
Nedarim 59
Netzach
SheBeGevurah
SheBeMalchut
23
7th of Av, 5775
Nedarim 60
Hod
SheBeGevurah
SheBeMalchut
24
8th of Av, 5775
Nedarim 61
Yesod
SheBeGevurah
SheBeMalchut
25
Malchut
SheBeGevurah
SheBeMalchut
26
(WEEK 45)
(PEH SOFIT  22-DAY CYCLE)
10th of Av, 5775
Tish'a B'Av
Nedarim 63
Chesed
SheBeTiferet
SheBeMalchut
27
11th of Av, 5775
Nedarim 64
Gevurah
SheBeTiferet
SheBeMalchut
28
12th of Av, 5775
Nedarim 65
Tiferet
SheBeTiferet
SheBeMalchut
29
13th of Av, 5775
Nedarim 66
Netzach
SheBeTiferet
SheBeMalchut
30
14th of Av, 5775
Nedarim 67
Hod
SheBeTiferet
SheBeMalchut
31
15th of Av, 5775
Nedarim 68
Yesod
SheBeTiferet
SheBeMalchut
 
August 2015
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
 
 
 
 
 
 
1
Malchut
SheBeTiferet
SheBeMalchut
2
(WEEK 46)
17th of Av, 5775
Nedarim 70
Chesed
SheBeNetzach
SheBeMalchut
3
18th of Av, 5775
Nedarim 71
Gevurah
SheBeNetzach
SheBeMalchut
4
19th of Av, 5775
Nedarim 72
Tiferet
SheBeNetzach
SheBeMalchut
5
20th of Av, 5775
Nedarim 73
Netzach
SheBeNetzach
SheBeMalchut
6
21st of Av, 5775
Nedarim 74
Hod
SheBeNetzach
SheBeMalchut
7
22nd of Av, 5775
Nedarim 75
Yesod
SheBeNetzach
SheBeMalchut
8
23rd of Av, 5775
Parashat Eikev
Nedarim 76
Malchut
SheBeNetzach
SheBeMalchut
9
(WEEK 47)
24th of Av, 5775
Nedarim 77
Chesed
SheBeHod
SheBeMalchut
10
25th of Av, 5775
Nedarim 78
Gevurah
SheBeHod
SheBeMalchut
11
26th of Av, 5775
Nedarim 79
Tiferet
SheBeHod
SheBeMalchut
12
27th of Av, 5775
Nedarim 80
Netzach
SheBeHod
SheBeMalchut
13
28th of Av, 5775
Nedarim 81
Hod
SheBeHod
SheBeMalchut
14
29th of Av, 5775
Nedarim 82
Yesod
SheBeHod
SheBeMalchut
15
Malchut
SheBeHod
SheBeMalchut
16
(WEEK 48)
1st of Elul, 5775
Rosh Chodesh Elul
Nedarim 84
Chesed
SheBeYesod
SheBeMalchut
17
(TZADI SOFIT  22-DAY CYCLE)
2nd of Elul, 5775
Nedarim 85
Gevurah
SheBeYesod
SheBeMalchut
18
3rd of Elul, 5775
Nedarim 86
Tiferet
SheBeYesod
SheBeMalchut
19
4th of Elul, 5775
Nedarim 87
Netzach
SheBeYesod
SheBeMalchut
20
5th of Elul, 5775
Nedarim 88
Hod
SheBeYesod
SheBeMalchut
21
6th of Elul, 5775
Nedarim 89
Yesod
SheBeYesod
SheBeMalchut
22
7th of Elul, 5775
Parashat Shoftim
Nedarim 90
Malchut
SheBeYesod
SheBeMalchut
23
(WEEK 49)
8th of Elul, 5775
Nedarim 91
Chesed
SheBeMalchut
SheBeMalchut
24
9th of Elul, 5775
Nazir 2
Gevurah
SheBeMalchut
SheBeMalchut
25
10th of Elul, 5775
Nazir 3
Tiferet
SheBeMalchut
SheBeMalchut
26
11th of Elul, 5775
Nazir 4
Netzach
SheBeMalchut
SheBeMalchut
27
12th of Elul, 5775
Nazir 5
Hod
SheBeMalchut
SheBeMalchut
28
13th of Elul, 5775
Nazir 6
Yesod
SheBeMalchut
SheBeMalchut
29
14th of Elul, 5775
Parashat Ki Teitzei
Nazir 7
Malchut
SheBeMalchut
SheBeMalchut
30
(WEEK 50)
15th of Elul, 5775
Nazir 8
Chochmah
31
16th of Elul, 5775
Nazir 9
Chochmah
 
 
 
 
 

 

September 2015
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
 
 
1
17th of Elul, 5775
Nazir 10
Chochmah
2
18th of Elul, 5775
Nazir 11
Chochmah
3
19th of Elul, 5775
Nazir 12
Chochmah
4
20th of Elul, 5775
Nazir 13
Chochmah
5
Chochmah
6
(WEEK 51)
22nd of Elul, 5775
Nazir 15
Binah
7
23rd of Elul, 5775
Nazir 16
Binah
8
(VOWEL 12-DAY CYCLE)
24th of Elul, 5775
Nazir 17
Binah
 
9
25th of Elul, 5775
Nazir 18
Binah
10
26th of Elul, 5775
Nazir 19
Binah
11
27th of Elul, 5775
Nazir 20
Binah
12
28th of Elul, 5775
Parashat Nitzavim
Nazir 21
Binah
13
(WEEK 52)
29th of Elul, 5775
Erev Rosh Hashana
Nazir 22
Da’at/Keter
14
1st of Tishrei, 5776
Rosh Hashana
Nazir 23
Da’at/Keter
 
 
 
15
2nd of Tishrei, 5776
Rosh Hashana
Nazir 24
Da’at/Keter
 
 
16
3rd of Tishrei, 5776
Nazir 25