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Simchat Torah

The Day of the Rain


Published: December 21, 2020
Originally recorded: October 10, 2020

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Lesson Highlights

  • Tefilat Hageshem: the prayer for rain
  • Health for the physical evironment
  • An overflowing of monetary and physical sustenance
  • Removing darkness


Lesson Description

Join Michael as he reveals why this day is known as the day of the rain, and how our requests for an overflow of mercy can remove all darkness, pain and negativity from our lives and the world.


About This Course

During Simchat Torah, we express as much joy and happiness as possible, through prayer connections, special readings from the Torah scroll and enjoying a party-like atmosphere of dancing and singing with the Torah to secure happiness for the year ahead. On this holiday, happiness is the key to our connection.


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