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Temple Talk is a weekly internet radio webcast with Rabbi Chaim Richman and Yitzchak Reuven of the Temple Institute.

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Genesis & the Big Bang of Faith

A New Year of Work Toward the Holy Temple Begins!

Rosh HaShanaIt is a new year and a new dawn as Rabbi Chaim Richman and Yitzchak Reuven emerge from their Sukkot strongholds and replant their feet in the newly created (again) world of the opening chapters of Genesis. But no sooner do they re-acclimate to “In the beginning, version 5775″ then the blessed rains that fell in Israel on Sunday become the torrential flood of Noach’s day.

The beautiful world that G-d created quickly went awry due to man’s avarice and is still in need of fixing and that is exactly what is taking place today in the land of Israel. Growing interest in the Temple Mount and Holy Temple is transforming into Holy Temple fever as the Sukkot holiday witnesses hundreds of Jews ascending the Temple Mount in spite of severe restrictions and an unprecedented, first time in 2000 years reenactment of the traditional Sukkot Water Libation ceremony which was last celebrated in the Holy Temple. This time the ceremony began with the drawing of water by a kohen from the Shiloach  spring and concluded by a model altar in Jerusalem’s old city Jewish quarter. But the more than 1000 spectators, the joy visible on their faces and the tears in their eyes was a resounding statement that the people of Israel are marching toward the Holy Temple. Start your 5775 the right way – with Rabbi Chaim Richman and Yitzchak Reuven on Temple Talk!

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Our yearly rendezvous with G-d, which began in the month of Av, built up steam throughout the month of Elul, left us reeling and breathless from Rosh HaShana and literally out of this world on Yom Kippur, now places us in the only place possible for us to be in our heightened state of close proximity to G-d: in our Sukkot booths. These temporary dwellings are like our own personal Holy of Holies – beyond time and space – a heavenly embrace – seven perfect days.

Chag Sameach – חג שמח – Have a Joyful Sukkot!

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Temple Talk is a weekly internet radio webcast with Rabbi Chaim Richman and Yitzchak Reuven of the Temple Institute.

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Temple Talk Sukkot Special

Welcome 5775, the Year of the Holy Temple!

Rosh HaShanaFrom the sobering judgment of Rosh HaShana, the New Year, through the awesome cleansing of Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, we now head straight for the protective shadow of the sukkah  booth, our temporary dwellings reminiscent of the Divine clouds of glory that shielded Israel throughout her temporary desert wanderings. If there’s one thing that the glorious holidays of Tishrei  remind us of, it’s that everything in this world is temporary. That’s why we need to sanctify and elevate every moment. Which is exactly what happens in the Holy Temple! Join Yitzchak Reuven and Rabbi Richman this week for a special Tishrei  roundup, reflecting on this Divine cycle of time all the way through to Simchat Torah, when we begin reading the Torah once again from the beginning.

Plus: So much has happened this past year that has helped to pave the way towards the rebuilding of the Holy Temple in our time! Now the Temple Institute is beginning its newest, most ambitious program of preparing blueprints for the Temple sanctuary… and during this holiday of Sukkot, a special, joyous part of the Temple service will be reenacted for the first time in almost two thousand years! A Temple Talk you will not want to miss. Temple Talk will not be recorded during the festival of Sukkot… the next edition of Temple Talk will be on Tuesday, Oct. 21st. Chag Sameach!

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Temple Talk is a weekly internet radio webcast with Rabbi Chaim Richman and Yitzchak Reuven of the Temple Institute.

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The Repentance of Love

Returning to Roots: The Super Confluence of Yom Kippur, Shabbat, & the Sabbatical Year

Rosh HaShanaSmack in the middle of the propitious Ten Days of Repentance, this week’s edition of Temple Talk, the first of the new year 5775, explores the mechanism of repentance, and examines the amazing process of re-calibration and spiritual responsibility that all of Israel focuses on during this special period.

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Temple Talk is a weekly internet radio webcast with Rabbi Chaim Richman and Yitzchak Reuven of the Temple Institute.

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Rejoice With Trembling

Rosh Hashana, The International Coalition Against Evil

Rosh HaShanaThe sages of Israel teach that there are three books open on Rosh HaShana, and every man signs his own name to one of them. Which book will your name be in? Join Yitzchak Reuven and Rabbi Chaim Richman for the last Temple Talk broadcast of the year 5774! Our hosts present a beautiful panorama of what Rosh HaShana really means, as the fate of all mankind, every individual and every nation, is written on this day. What should we expect? What should we be praying for? And how do we get the most out of this awesome experience? It’s all here in this inspiring edition of Temple Talk, last installment for this year. But remember, there’s a brand-new year coming, 5775, “The Year of the Holy Temple!”

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In this week’s parasha  the children of Israel are about to enter into a covenant with Hashem, and we are today about to enter into the new year of 5775. The same challenge that stood before Israel as she stood poised to enter the land, stands before us today. We must stand strong in the face of the evil and death that encompasses us all around, and be poised and ready to take a stand and to act for good and life and blessing in the world. Building the Holy Temple, a source of light and blessing and a bulwark against the curse of darkness is this generation’s challenge and responsibility. We must stand together as one and build! Shana Tova!

Nitzavim-Vayelech (Deuteronomy 29:9-31:30)
Parashat Nitzavim-Vayelech is read on Shabbat:
Elul 25, 5774/September 20, 2014

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Temple Talk is a weekly internet radio webcast with Rabbi Chaim Richman and Yitzchak Reuven of the Temple Institute.

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The Blessing and the Curse

Rosh HaShana: Appointment with Destiny for All Humanity!

NitzavimIn this penultimate edition of Temple Talk for the year 5774, Yitzchak Reuven and Rabbi Richman find striking similarities between the themes of this week’s Torah portions and Rosh HaShana, and the choices facing the entire world today. What kind of world do we want to live in? After all, the upcoming New Year is a time of judgement – and a time of decision – for all humanity. The blessing and the curse are both within reach, Moshe  tells us in this week’s parasha, and it is up to us to decide what we want. But the decision requires true integrity, and accepting our responsibility for the whole world. The leaders of the free world seem to have decided against recognizing the face of pure evil. But in what may be the most politically incorrect Temple Talk of all time, our hosts confront Islam head on, and challenge the world to acknowledge and admit what Islamic terror is really all about, before it is too late.

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