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Here are the top ten articles for the Judaism Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Jewish Contributions to the World
Here are just a handful of the amazing contributions Jewish people have made to the world.
2. 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.
3. Observant Jewish Life
Here are five things that an observant Jew may do in his or her day that other Jewish people may not even think about.
4. Engaging Children and Teens in Jewish Learning
Jewish learning is a life long process, and I have some ideas on how to engage your children and teenagers.
5. The Three Weeks & Tisha B'Av
On the 17th of Tammuz, we begin a period of time known as The Three Weeks. This is a great period of mourning for the Jewish people.
6. Jewish Superstitions
Do you refrain from walking under ladders? What happens when you see a black cat? Do you panic if you spill salt? Though they are not logical, they are habits that are hard to break. Here are the origins of some of my favorite Jewish superstitions.
7. Orthodox Women Rabbis
As women's roles in Jewish leadership continue to advance and women are achieving new heights in education, philanthropy and spiritual guidance, there still remains much disagreement as to whether or not a woman can become an orthodox rabbi.
8. Types of Jewish Prayer
Prayer is as multi-faceted as the denominations within Judaism. While the utterances may vary, there are several themes of prayer most commonly expressed in the Jewish faith.
9. Judaism and Gratitude
Gratitude is both a global and a Jewish concept. The Jewish faith beckons us to recognize the good each and every day and each and every moment.
10. Jewish Unity
Jewish unity is directly tied to the mitzvah (or commandment) of Ahavas Yisrael (Loving your fellow Jew). Here are my thoughts on Jewish unity and some ideas for bringing Jews together at a grassroots level.
Be sure to visit the Judaism Archives for all the articles!
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