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Richard Codor's Joyous Haggadah - A Review
If you are looking for a new Haggadah this year, you should check out Richard Codor's Joyous Haggadah: The Illuminated Story of Passover
Seder means order, and there is a specific sequence to follow during the festive meals on the first two nights of Passover.
Tightrope - A Book Review
Michael Karpin's books Tightrope is a captivating read. Recommended for high school students and above, this is a great way to learn about a piece of Jewish history.
Purim - The Four Mitzvot
There are four mitzvot associated with the holiday of Purim. Do you know them all?
Purim - Finding G-d in Hidden Places
The holiday of Purim holds many themes that are still meaningful to us today. Finding G-d in the hidden spaces is easier than you might think.
Shakshuka - An Egg Dish
Shakshuka is an egg dish found in Israel that is almost as popular as the falafel. It is delicious and easy to make.
Lashon Hara - The Laws of Speech
Jewish law tells how to and how not to speak. Words can be powerful and destructive weapons. We must be careful how we speak to our children and how we teach them to speak to others.
Remember My Soul - A Book Review
Remember My Soul is a book written by Rabbi Yaakov and Lori Palatnik to guide Jews through the process of mourning for a loved one.
How is Torah Like a Tree?
The tree is consistently used as a symbol for the Torah. What do trees teach us about Torah? It is a deep and beautiful analogy.
Tu B'Shvat Crafts
Here are some simple crafts to enhance your Tu B'Shvat celebration.
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