The Torah is divided into 54 portions, following an annual cycle, with one portion read each week in the synagogue.The weekly portion is further sub-divided into seven sections.
It’s purely out of laziness and a false sense of looking cool and in fashion… There is equally nothing cool about wearing your baseball cap backwards… Except In Public Places: You may wear a hat indoors (yeh… It is considered disrespectful for men to wear hats in a Christian church.
even a baseball cap if you absolutely must) in public buildings, such as airports, public lobbies, and crowded public elevators. At a Jewish Synagogue or Temple: Men are required to cover their heads with a “yarmulke,” a small round skullcap, also called a “kippah,” meaning .
A number of rules ensure that the Torah is written with perfect accuracy, thus maintaining the unbroken chain of tradition back to Mount Sinai.
On the Shabbat following his 13th birthday, the young man is called up to the Torah. At the conclusion of his final blessing, some synagogues have the custom to good-naturedly pelt the young man with candies.
Spring is upon us, Easter is coming soon, and baseball season is about to begin here in the U. It is the time of year many people wear all sorts of hats, until winter hats are again needed. These findings make total sense to me.] During a Pledge or National Anthem: Another major peeve of mine is how men and women don’t take off their hats and caps during the playing of a national anthem. During a Prayer at a Ceremony or Event: Display your respect and take off your hat.