This week is THE final parsh the Torah (“V’zot HaBaraka- Deuteronomy chapters 33 and 34) and completes the reading of the Torah for the annual cycle, as well as the ‘renewed cycle,’ which begins in Bereshiet (or Genesis) 1. Likewise, it is also the final High Holy Day, or ‘Last Great Day,’ of the Fall Moedim, or Appointed Times, of Yahuah known as Sukkot, or the Feast of Tabernacles.
First, the Erev Shabbat (Friday evening) overview and intro:
Because this week marks the END of the annual Torah cycle, and the beginning (In the Beginning!) of the next, as well as the end of the week of the annual cycle of His Appointed Times, the cycle that marks His birth as the “Torah Made Flesh,” and perhaps part of the greatest cycle of all — still building to a Climax of Biblical Proportions — it is ever-so-apropos to talk about cycles, and even something Mark calls the “Frequency Domain.” How is that important? And how do if affect how we should walk that “narrow path,” today? This time around…
“V’zot HaBaraka: The Frequency Domain – the Split and the Switch’ ”
The combined two-part teaching is here:
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