Ki Savo – Rain, Livelihood, Resurrection


Why do the concepts of Rain, Livelihood and Resurrection of the dead all have the word ‘opening’ used in their contexts? What do these three things have in common? Why do we mention that Hashem brings rain in the context of the second bracha of Shemoneh Esrei, which speaks of Him bringing the dead to life? Why do we ask for the blessings upon the earth and grains to grow, but not really speak directly about livelihood? What is the song that is related to the falling of the rain and the resurrection of the dead? Find out in this week’s Parsha Podcast.

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