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Making a Meaningful Bar or Bat Mitzvah
I think it's time to take the Bar and Bat Mitzvah celebration back to its roots. Let's remember what we are celebrating and reconsider the best way to celebrate.
Rabbi Akiva was one of the most prominent teachers of his time and continues to be one of the most prominent and celebrated teachers today.
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Celebrating Yom Ha'Atzmaut
There are ways to honor Yom Ha'Atzmaut - Israel Independence Day - outside of the big events going on in Israel or in your home towns.
Discussing the Holocaust with Children
When and how do we start talking about the Holocaust with our children? Here are some suggestions for discussing this essential piece of Jewish history.
The Counting of the Omer
The Counting of the Omer occurs between Passover and Shavuot. But, this period is about more than just counting.
In God's Image
What does it mean that people were created in G-d's image? And, how should we apply that notion in our daily lives?
Tenth of Tevet
The Tenth day of the month of Tevet is a minor fast day for the Jewish people.
The Days of Awe
Between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are the Days of Awe. They are the Ten Days between when G-d has determined our fate and when G-d will seal our fate for the year to come.
The Fast of Gedalia
The Fast of Gedalia is a minor fast that occurs the day after Rosh Hashanah. Its meaning in Jewish history is major.
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