I'm really excited to have guest author, Dr. Richard Schwartz, "with us" today. He is sharing an article on something I did not know much - ok, I knew nothing - about. It's a New Year for the Animals. Thank you, Richard, for joining us!
By the way, the New Year for the Animals takes place beginning at sunset on August 6th and ends at sunset on August 7th this year.
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.
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