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Shabbat Sukkot

There’s a story of two Hasidic rebbes sitting in a sukkah.  In answer to the question of “what’s your favorite mitzvah?”, one rebbe replied that the Sukkah was his favorite commandment, because when you sit in a sukkah, you are surrounded on all sides by the holiness of the commandment.  651 more words

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Talking to God On Yom Kippur

The high holidays are over and I can finally post something…its been weeks I know!, however with these important holidays they come once a year and in that year a Jew is suppose to offer his sins away, cast them away and seek forgiveness for the new year. 465 more words

AUTUMN MOEDIM & SPRING MOEDIM

by Beth Piepenburg

While the moedim, or appointed times, originally pointed back to the events of the Exodus, they served as foreshadows of events pertaining to the Messiah. 281 more words

Appointed Times

Happy New Year!

We’ve been busy….

Mom and I celebrated Rosh Hashannah by eating with friends and family in Pittsburgh… a lot. The first day of Rosh Hashannah we ate by our cousins, the Nadoffs. 633 more words

Dealing With Family

To paraphrase the younger generation’s pejorative, “oy to the vey.”

In all my years on this crazy planet, I still haven’t figured out how to deal with family.  1,247 more words

Family

STBM Live Shabbat Service | Rabbi Ralph Messer | Melbourne, FL

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Come and join us at our Shabbat Services Saturday’s 10am & 1pm. Listen to Rabbi Ralph Messer Live. Enjoy great fellowship, food, music and dance as we join all our locations all over the US and Worship the God of Israel. 55 more words

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sweet new year

rosh hashanah and parshat ha’azinu

There’s a custom to dip apples, Challah and pretty much anything else into honey on Rosh Hashana… for a sweet new year.  640 more words

Judaism