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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.
Trees and Judaism
Tu B'Shevat, known as the new year of the trees, is a great time to look at the role of trees in Judaism.
Blessing Over The Children
It is a long standing tradition to give our children a blessing every Friday night as Shabbat is beginning. This tradition stems directly from the Torah and continues to be packed with valuable meaning for today.
The Mourner's Kaddish
Following the death of a parent, we recite the Mourner's Kaddish three times a day for eleven months. What is the purpose of the Mourner's Kaddish? How does it help us through our grief?
Chanukah and Miracles
Do you believe in miracles? Open your eyes to witness the miracles that still exist today.
Is gift giving a part of your Chanukah celebration? I have some suggestions for bringing more meaning to the eight nights. The gifts I'm recommending are intangible.
The Last Ember - A Book Review
This book is packed full of .... everything. After reading this review, you'll want to pick up this book today!
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