Friday, January 10, 2014

Shabbat Shalom



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    1. Pam, you are correct! It was such an unusual rendition that I had to share.
      :) Natasha

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  2. I don't understand it but I love to hear it spoken. A priest that I know ( Phd) speaks in Yiddish when he tells about the scriptures and tells us the translations. Can you speak Yiddish too? Some of it reminds me of German , which I can not speak either!

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    1. Pam,
      You are spot on, Yiddish is High German originally spoken by Ashkenazi Jews.
      :) Natasha

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