Posts tagged Chabad.org
Purim Celebration Tips

A popular Jewish saying claims that most Jewish holidays can be described in one sentence: “They tried to kill us, they failed, let’s eat!” The upcoming holiday of Purim definitely fits in this category.

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Heroic Humility

Heroic Humility by Hanna Perlberger @ chabad.org is a real testament to living in a society immersed in individualism, focused on the self and permeated with idealizing the extrovert, we would do well at times to emulate Isaac’s humility and value the quiet hero.

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The Circle Maker: Creating a More Inclusive World

Bassie Shemtov, Founder of The Friendship Circle shares the passion, love, friendships and bonds discovered behind The Circle Maker: Creating a More Inclusive World: And Who can be against friendship? Thanks to our friends at chabad.org.

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What Is Yom Kippur? The Day of Atonement

chabad.org has been my go to source for learning about Jewish traditions, holidays and the heart of their importance to the Hebrew faith. Yom Kippur begins a few minutes before sundown on 9/18.

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Passover is here!

The eight-day festival of Passover is celebrated in the early spring, from the 15th through the 22nd of the Hebrew month of Nissan. It commemorates the emancipation of the Israelites from slavery in ancient Egypt. It is observed by avoiding leaven and highlighted by the Seder meals that include four cups of wine, eating matza and bitter herbs, and retelling the story of the Exodus.

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The Joyous Water-Drawing Ceremony

Every Jewish festival is celebrated with joy. Often there are additional emotions added to the mix: awe on Rosh Hashanah, regret on Yom Kippur, freedom from oppression on Passover. But the holiday of Sukkot is pure joy. In our prayers, we call it simply “the season of our rejoicing.”

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Anticipating Redemption

Mendy Kaminker, and the Chabad.org Editorial Team present Passover Seder tips, inspiration and celebrations around the globe. 

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