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by mommymommymommy
2 years ago
Save the Date Bar/Bat Mitzvah Cards

Do you need to send out Save the Date cards for you child's Bar/Bat Mitzvah? Here are some things you need to know.

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by egdcltd
3 years ago
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Why I Am Madly In Love With Lilith

The Biblical Adam's first wife, Lilith, has been written out of Hebrew history. But she's one of literature's most colorful characters.

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by mommymommymommy
3 years ago
What is a Mitzvah Project?

Finding the right mitzvah project is an important part of the Bar/Bat Mitzvah experience.

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by mommymommymommy
3 years ago
Bar/Bat Mitzvah Resources for Parents

Planning your child's Bar/Bat Mitzvah is both fun and stressful. Here are some resources to get you through this challenging time.

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by mommymommymommy
3 years ago
Hanukkah Craft Kits

Hanukkah craft kits are one way to get children into the spirit of the holiday.

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by mommymommymommy
3 years ago
Jewish Holiday Toys for Children

There are many Jewish holiday toys for kids that will help them have a better understanding of the holidays they celebrate.

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by Fran5050
3 years ago
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The Illuminated Kaddish - Interpretations of the Mourner's Prayer

Jewish artist/designer Hyla Shifra Bolsta presents the Mourner's Kaddish accompanied by extraordinarily beautiful artwork and insightful interpretations.

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by mommymommymommy
4 years ago
How to Teach Your Children About Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year

As a parent, it is your job to teach your children about your religion's holidays and traditions. Here is how to teach your children about Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year.

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by egdcltd
4 years ago
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Judith of Bethulia's Web of Intrigue

One of the Old Testament period's more thrilling adventure tales concerns a follower of Yahweh who took a great risk to save a city from an invading Assyrian army.  With nothing more than a keen mind this pious believer thwarted an invasion.  The story, though, was not considered canonical by the Hebrews who compiled the texts comprising the Old Testament because the tale's heroic figure was a woman.

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by mommymommymommy
4 years ago
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What is So Special About the 6th Night of Hanukkah?

As a child growing up in the 1970’s, Hanukkah was a very low key event in my home. A minor holiday on the Jewish calendar, it was treated as such. There were no big family gatherings to celebrate Hanukkah-that only occurred on important Jewish holidays like Rosh Hashanah and Passover. There were no decorations; such things did not exist!

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by mommymommymommy
5 years ago
Choosing a Bar Mitzvah Invitation-What Are the Options?

Choosing the right Bar Mitzvah invitation is a part of Bar Mitzvah planning. There are many choices available.

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by mommymommymommy
5 years ago
Bat Mitzvah Gifts-Choosing the Perfect One

Bat Mitzvah gifts are given to girls when they are called to the bimah to read from the Torah. There are many special ones that you can give.

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by mommymommymommy
5 years ago
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The Best Passover Haggadahs for Families

Some of the best Passover haggadahs are short, sweet and still maintain tradition.

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by mommymommymommy
5 years ago
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13 Bar Mitzvah Budget Tips

Part of Bar Mitzvah party planning is sticking to your budget. Learn practical ways to stick to yours.

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by mommymommymommy
5 years ago
Bar Mitzvah Planning - 13 Things Your Parents Did Not Have To Do

Making a Bar Mitzvah plan now includes additional tasks our parents did

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by mommymommymommy
5 years ago
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Outdoor Lawn Inflatables, Lights and Decorations for Hanukkah

Updated for 2016-There are many kinds of outdoor Hanukkah lawn decorations and lights to help celebrate the Jewish Festival of Lights.

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by egdcltd
5 years ago
God's Wife, Asherah

Just like the Biblical Adam, the Hebrew god Yahweh had a wife. Her name was Asherah. But, as was typical of a patriarchal society, she was written out of the Biblical record. However, her presence would clarify many Biblical passages, such as "Let us create them in our image . . . " if it can be understood to include a goddess-wife as a co-creator.

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by mommymommymommy
5 years ago
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Purim Gift Baskets-Themes for Misholach Manot

There are many Purim bakset themes for mishloach manot. Read how to make your own Purim baskets!

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by mommymommymommy
5 years ago
Chanukah Menorahs for The Festival of Lights

Jews around the world celebrate Chanukah by lighting Chanukah menorahs during the eight day Festival of Lights. Known as a “chanukiah”, the Chanukah menorah is different from a standard menorah. A regular menorah has seven candles-six on each side and one in the middle. A Chanukiah has nine candle holders, one for each night of Chanukah and the “shamash” or helper candle.

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by DebW07
5 years ago
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Hanukkah - Feast of the Dedication

Ask a Gentile (non-Jewish person) what Hanukah is and they will most likely reply with a question; "Is it the Jewish Christmas?"  While the answer to that is no, the response is understandable as this minor Jewish celebration often falls close in the calendar year to Christmas and it includes gifts, bright lights, and food.

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