Browsing: Shabbat

Jewish fast days, known as a “ta’ana,” play a significant role in the Jewish calendar, serving as occasions for reflection, repentance, and spiritual introspection, each with…

Tefillin are a pair of black leather boxes containing verses from the Torah, which are bound to the arm and forehead with leather straps during morning…

The Tree of Life holds a profound significance within Jewish tradition, serving as a symbol of divine wisdom, spiritual growth, and the interconnectedness of all living…

In Parashat Shoftim, which is found in the Book of Deuteronomy (Devarim), we delve into a range of laws and principles that pertain to creating a…

Covering the bread at the first two meals of Shabbat is a universal custom within Judaism, carrying a symbolic significance deeply rooted in the reverence for…

In Parashat Re’eh, nestled within the Book of Deuteronomy, teaches the relationship between the Israelites, their choices, and their Divine destiny. This portion emphasizes the concepts…

Some people prefer a the sweet potato kugel over the more traditional potato or even noodle kugels, but there are also occassions when you may wish…