[b-hebrew] "shalom l'kulam" vs "shalom l'kullekem"
yohanan.bin.dawidh at gmail.com
Sat Sep 13 14:37:46 EDT 2008
Shalom le*h*a Pere;
No, I meant to use "Shalom l'kulam". If we are going to reference the Miq'ra
for the use of "l'kulam", then please refer to Sefer Yehezqel (Ezekiel)
37:22, or Sefer Shem'uel Alef (1 Sammuel) 6:4.**
On Sat, Sep 13, 2008 at 1:04 AM, <pporta at oham.net> wrote:
> Shalom l'kulam;
> A friendly and incidental remark about this greeting of yours:
> Maybe would it not be better to use "Shalom l'kulKHEM" as it is used in 1Sa
> Pere Porta
> Barcelona (Catalonia, Spain)
>> This is interesting, especially when not all Yuhudhim refrain from using
>> name of Yohowah. There are some of us, who refuse to replace the name of
>> deity with descriptive pronouns during our readings of the Torah, due to
>> fact that we think if the name is written within the text of the Torah,
>> when reading the Torah, in silent or aloud, we are to pronounce the name.
>> There are also some of us, who think that during prayer we should make an
>> effort to use the name of Yohowah. There are also some of us, who like are
>> ancestors think we should greet and bless each other in the name of
>> I happen to be one who follows the above standard.
>> The only time I refrain from using the name of Yohowah per se, is when I
>> know it offends my audience, unless such offense comes from my reading of
>> the Torah, or any other portion of the Tanakh. If someone gets offend by
>> use of the name of Yohowah, merely because I am using it when I read the
>> text of the Miq'ra that has it contained within, then they will merely
>> to deal with such.
>> Yo*h*anan bin-Dawidh
>> Haslet, Texas
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