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samei-ach,Ip¨E©vqvp¨E©v Literally means “circling.” It is a processional of the Torah through hakafah/hakafot the congregation. See more ideas about Simchat torah, Torah, Sukkot.
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Teach me, Teach me, all your mitzvot so I can do them right! Exploring "Asher Yatsar" Blessing: Our Body's WisdomGrandfather's Journey teaches Connecting GenerationsFamily Blessing (Y'varechecha) by Miss EmilyEnemy Pie teaches Friendship Make Peace and Act with Loving Kindness Simchat Torah, which translates to "Rejoicing of the Law" is a holiday that immediately follows the holidays of Sukkot and Shemini Atzeret.It concludes and begins anew the annual reading cycle of the Torah (Five Books of Moses), which is the Jewish Bible.
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