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Not in Sunday School with Rabbi Morrison - October 25, 2021 - Shared screen with speaker view
ivonne linares
18:02
hamsa
Tina Forster
18:18
karma
ivonne linares
18:22
red color for babies
Norma O.
18:48
Poo, poo, poo- (sometimes with a spit)
ivonne linares
20:05
mediums
Norma O.
20:27
The knife under the baby’s mattress to cut the pain of the bris
Diane K
24:26
bringing salt into a new home
Norma O.
24:42
Candles, bread, salt
Allison (she/her/gal)
25:59
I never knew why so many people kept giving me honey! It’s always awkward because I’m vegan.
Dr. Bridget Cabibi
28:11
not getting up on toes for kavod kavod kavod
Alice Miller
28:41
Kadosh, kadosh, kadosh
Fran Levey
28:45
dropping the Torah
Allison (she/her/gal)
29:32
I still compulsively knock wood and avoid sidewalk cracks.
Alice Miller
30:17
black cats
Allison (she/her/gal)
31:00
There’s another Celtic interpretation that it’s to release protective spirits from trees. I just looked it up
Alice Miller
31:12
Baruch hashem
Dr. Bridget Cabibi
31:32
thanks Alice - struggling w/ typing
Dr. Bridget Cabibi
31:58
umbrellas are about the Egyptian god Ra
ivonne linares
32:56
many southamericans do not put their bags/purses in the floor, ever
Allison (she/her/gal)
33:28
My parents told me the umbrella thing was a matter of politeness — don’t sprinkle crap all over the foyer, and don’t knock someone else in the head in the confined space.
Fran Levey
34:05
Don’t Take A Direct Path Home From The Cemetery
Norma O.
34:52
“In G-d’s good time” when you ask when a baby is due
Dr. Bridget Cabibi
34:54
Chabadniks say Baruch Hashem as goodbye
ivonne linares
36:35
what about jewish forbidding cremation
Dr. Bridget Cabibi
36:47
Some have the washin bowl inside the door of the Shiva house
Fran Levey
37:35
woman that wants to get pregnant should sit on same cushion that a bris was done on
ivonne linares
37:52
not disclosing the genre nor name of baby before birth
Dr. Bridget Cabibi
38:09
https://allthatsinteresting.com/common-superstitions/5
Dr. Bridget Cabibi
38:27
Re umbrellas & more
Alice Miller
40:49
I always thought the superstition of not putting a purse on the floor was because the floor is dirty and you don't want to spread the bacteria, as well as to keep it from being stolen.
Norma O.
43:42
Andre Schwartzbart-“The Last of the Just”
ivonne linares
43:48
purse on the floor believed to make your purse go empty, money superstition in latin countries....
Norma O.
44:27
So, is Mikveh the same idea?
Norma O.
45:00
If you eat the heel of the bris challah, you’ll get pregnant
Diane K
47:27
changing names when something bad happens or is about to happen
Tina Forster
48:03
not naming a baby after someone who passed away young
Dr. Bridget Cabibi
48:06
the old ones about naming the baby "old" or hanging garlic near the crib to keep Lilith from stealing it
Norma O.
48:08
Inviting those who have passed to come to a wedding
Fran Levey
49:22
I thought the red was kabbalah
Allison (she/her/gal)
50:31
I mean, I would say it too
Allison (she/her/gal)
50:33
Gross
Allison (she/her/gal)
53:41
Perhaps my OCD is superstitious …. But y’all I’m gonna shower after the mikveh.
ivonne linares
55:18
Elijah s cup, opening the door to him during Passover, other customs/rituals during holidays