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Minor Jewish Holidays

Tu B'Av, Reconnect with your Spiritual Base

The Wonderful Shabbat in Sfat

Leaving the Jewish Holydays and Entering Winter

Eruv Tavshilin: What's that?? a Brief Explanation

Eruv Tavshilin: Ethical Thought and Ethical Behavior

Saying Goodbye to the Holidays: What Next?

Life of a Jew in Prison during the Jewish Holidays

Symbolic Sounds of the Shofar

Two Happiest Days for Jews are the Fifteenth of Av and Yom Kippur

The Sounds of Elul: Shofar Blasts & School Bells

Elul, the Month of Mystery, unfortunately...

A Jewish Story takes us back to the Temple service in Jerusalem

The Fourth Shabbat Meal; its source and purpose

Saying Farewell to the Shabbat Queen - The Havdalah Ceremony

Fine Tuning Your Sabbath Experience

Lecha Dodi and the Songs of the Shabbat Sanctity - Hear Lecha Dodi mp3

Blessing the Sun and the Redemption of Creation

Hebrew Festival Marred - (Blessing on Sun) From the New York Times, April 8, 1897

Blessing on the Sun: Once every Twenty Eight Years

Tu B'Shvat - A Time for Hidden Beginnings

Tu BeShevat and the Message from the Trees

The Importance of the Shabbat Songs

Making Kiddush on Friday Night - a Brief Guide

Shabbat and the Renewal of Time

Tu B'Shvat: New Year for Trees

Elul, Month of Opportunity,

The Shabbat Table

As the Jew watches over the Shabbat so the Shabbat watches over the Jew

The Fifteen of Av, the Happiest Time in Jewish Tradition

Tu B'Shvat, New Year or Bar Mitzvah?

Elul, Time to Renew an Old Romance

Joy and Happiness on the Sabbath


Tu B'Shvat in Israel

Tu B'shvat Insights and Customs

Yizkor - the Prayer to Remember

Tu B'Shvat

The Temple & the Festivals

Tu B'shvat & Vegetarianism

The Sabbatical Year

The Jewish Month of Elul

Making Kiddush

the Sabbath

Celebrating Tu B'Shvat

The Mystical Side of 15th of Shevat


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