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A Sacred Duty - A Review
A review of the film - A Sacred Duty - as shown on the the Jewish Vegetarians of North America website. This documentary addresses global warming from a Jewish perspective.
Adult Questions About Passover
I thought I'd have a little fun asking some adult questions about why the Seder was set up as it is. Are there modern-day questions that our ancient sages couldn't have possibly predicted?
An Overlooked Mitzvah - Tsa'ar Ba'alei Chaim
New Year for the Animals? A Jewish holiday? Dr. Richard Schwartz - President of Jewish Vegetarians of North America - tells us all about it.
Baking Challah for Shabbat
Baking challah for Shabbat is a mitzvah, and it's not so hard to do - once you get the hang of it.
Bikur Cholim - Visiting the Sick
Bikur Cholim is the mitzvah of visiting the sick. Find out what this means and how participating in Bikur Cholim group can benefit you.
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.
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.
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.
Creating A Jewish Home
What is it that makes a home a Jewish home? We´re going to look at the three pillars from which everything else is built upon: symbols, rituals, and knowledge.
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