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It is so important for us to come together, see each other, and feel the sense of community that is such a deep part of Reyim. You must wear a mask and stay physically distant from others.
In the ancient rabbinic text called the mishna, our rabbis ask: when should we chant the Shema in the morning? And they answer: from the time you can distinguish between the shades of blue and white - up until sunrise. This is called “Alot Hashachar.” Chanting the shema together as the light comes in can be a very spiritually uplifting experience - and even more so when together with friends. You must wear a mask and stay physically distant from others. at Corey Hill Outlook Park on Summit Avenue in Brookline (see map below) to daven as the morning light emerges. You must wear a mask and stay physically distant from others.
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