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1. God Is A Verb - A Book Review
Rabbi David Cooper's God Is A Verb is a great step into Jewish mysticism.
2. To Keep and Remember Shabbat
The Fourth Commandment refers to the observance of Shabbat. In one place in the Torah, we are told to "keep" Shabbat, and in another, we are told "to remember" Shabbat. So, which is it? To keep or to remember?
3. Jewish Denominations - The Purpose They Serve
Wondering where you fit in the vast world of Judaism? Curious about why differences exist in the first place? There are many paths into Judaism. Find one that fits who you are.
4. The Spiritual Aspect of Baking Challah
A common event like baking bread can actually be a spiritual moment in time. Learn how to turn your challah baking into a deep and meaningful experience.
5. Jewish Contributions to the World
Here are just a handful of the amazing contributions Jewish people have made to the world.
6. The Meaning Behind Shabbat Dinner Rituals
Are you interested in creating Shabbat rituals in your home? Would you like to enhance what you are already doing or reconnect with the meaning behind the rituals? Here are some simple steps to get you going.
7. 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.
8. 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.
9. 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.
10. 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.
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