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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Judaism Site! These are the top ten articles that your Judaism Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!

1. Honoring Soldiers Outside of Israel
Even if you live outside of the Land of Israel, Yom HaZikaron is an important day of remembrance. I have some suggestions for honoring those who have lost their lives protecting Israel.

2. 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.

3. The Committed Life - A Book Review
Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis has written several books. The Committed Life is a must read!

4. Jewish Folklore - A Story
This is a tale about King Solomon. There are several versions of the story, but they all have the same lesson at the end.

5. 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.

6. Shabbat - A Woman of Valor
Each Friday night, a woman is recognized for all that she does through the singing of Eshet Chayil, A Woman of Valor.

7. God Is A Verb - A Book Review
Rabbi David Cooper's God Is A Verb is a great step into Jewish mysticism.

8. Shabbat - Blessing Over the Wine
Kiddush is a crucial element of the Sabbath meals. How does a simple prayer elevate a meal and a day to a place of holiness?

9. Summer Learning for Jewish Youth
When the religious school year is over, our children can continue on with their Jewish learning. The Learning Shuk's summer learning playlist makes it easy.

10. Receiving the Torah
At the holiday of Shavuot, we commemorate the receiving of the Torah. Are you prepared to receive?



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