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Beginning March 9, 2017 just before daybreak

Morning: Sh'mot (Exodus) 32.11-14, 34.1-10
Afternoon: Sh'mot (Exodus) 32.11 - 14, 34.1-10
Afternoon Haf-Tarah: Hosheia (Hosea) 14.2-10
Mikhah (Micah) 7.18-20
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Y'shayahu (Isaiah) 55.6 - 56.8

The Fast of Esther (Ta'anit Esteir,: תַּעֲנִית אֶסְתֵּר‎‎). On the 13th of Adar, the Fast of Esther is observed in memory of the Fast observed by Mordechai and Esther and all Israel. If the date of the Fast falls on Shabbat, the fast is instead observed on the preceding Thursday as it is found to do this year. (Shulchan Aruch S.686 s.2) On that very day, the enemies of the Jews had planned to subjugate and destroy them. 'The opposite, however, occurred and the Jews ruled over their enemies.

As the Fast of Esther is not one of the four public fasts ordained by the Prophets, the laws concerning its observance are more lenient; pregnant women, nursing mothers, and those who are weak are not required to observe it. (Note: per the concept of Pikuach nefesh,[1] in certain situations a weak, sick, or pregnant person is not required or even permitted to observe any Jewish fast day; a rabbi should be consulted to determine the law for one's specific situation.)

[1] (Pikuach Nefesh describes the principle in Jewish law that the preservation of human life overrides virtually any other religious consideration.)

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February 11, 2017

13.17 - 17.16

Ashkenazi Ritual
4.4 - 5.31

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