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Crazy Good Salad with Homemade Honey Dressing

This salad is perfect to bring to dinner parties – guests will love it and it is something more exciting than a regular green salad. 117 more words

Recipes

A Time Of Favor

Last month I wrote about the use of the Niggun to awaken your soul. Be sure to read it here if you missed it. This month, I would like to continue on with that thought of awakening one’s soul. 683 more words

Messianic Judaism

A “Second” New Year

The start of a new year is a time to review, assess and plan. We review resolutions we made a year ago, reflect on how well we accomplished our goals and then wipe the slate clean, planning our list for the year to come. 251 more words

Judaism

Don't Rush Ahead!

Don’t rush into Pesach (Passover)!

I know Rosh Hashanah comes up fast, but stay with it for a little while! Mark this celebration and I believe the Ruach will speak to your heart. 1,468 more words

Drinking a Glass of Tea is a Family Tradition

Every evening, some time after dinner, I have a cup of hot tea. Each evening I ask my husband the same question as I prepare my tea, “Hey do you want a cup of tea?” Nine times out of ten he answers, “No.” 758 more words

Memories

Rosh HaShannah--A Call to Worship

Illustration:  “Snow-covered Church” by Marc Chagall, 1927.

“And the LORD spoke to Moses, saying, ‘Speak to the people of Israel, saying, In the seventh month, on the first day of the month, you shall observe a day of solemn rest, a memorial proclaimed with blast of trumpets, a holy convocation‘” (Lev 23:23-24). 348 more words

Jewish Festival Holidays

Isaac's smile

Parshat Vayera

In a previous post Divine Birthers I, I explore the concept of miraculous birth and resurrection in Judaism.  It’s ironic that such a heavy discussion is raised by the birth and life of a guy named Isaac … יִצְחָק which literally means to laugh and in context, means to laugh at God. 986 more words

Judaism