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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. Tashlich
The ceremony of tashlich performed in the afternoon of the first day of Rosh Hashanah is a powerful and symbolic way to cast away our sins.

3. Teshuva & Rosh Hashanah
This is an exercise in Teshuva for Rosh Hashanah growth.

4. 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.

5. Introducing Yom Kippur to Young Children
Help children understand the acts of saying I'm sorry, keeping promises, and forgiving.

6. Jewish Retreat Centers
A retreat is a phenomenal opportunity for absolute focus. A JEWISH retreat is an event filled with learning, inspiration and personal growth!

7. 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.

8. Three Easy Methods for Making Round Challah
Baking your own challah has never been easier - or more delicious!

9. Shabbat - Shalom Aleichem
Shalom Aleichem is the song we sing to begin Shabbat festivities in our home.

10. The Symbolic Foods of Rosh Hashanah
It's time to start planning your High Holiday meals. Many of the traditional foods served at Rosh Hashanah have meaning beyond 'it tastes good'.



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