See, hear, understand and taste the Shabbat experience. The presentation places one in a Shabbat wonderland, and shows how this is attainable for everyone. This video includes interviews with various Jewish personalities. A must for anyone venturing to take the first steps towards Shabbat observance.
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October 9, 2013
What is the Music at 8:40
I love this video and would be really happy if someone knew. Thank you.
August 3, 2013
Wonderful and Informative
I am not Jewish, but I teach ancient history. I try to use this video every semester.
Kara Tyson Mobile, AL
August 3, 2013
Can we purchase this video ?
Is this vidoe available for sale on DVD ?
Ruvien Morrison Melbourne Australia
May 17, 2013
Beautiful video! I am in the process of converting to Judaism and this video helps inspire me as to why I want to be part of the people of Israel! thanks!
Roger Phildelphia pa
March 7, 2013
I love Shabbos
Why does this video make me cry every time I view it which is at least once/month? It simply ignites my neshama..thank you!
Rachel N. Dakota
December 30, 2012
Beautiful video. How wonderful it is when we come together to the Shabbat table. Praising Hashem, blessed be He, for all the wonderful things He gives us every moment of our lives! Thank you for sharing. I wish to have such moments with my family, but it is not so for the moment. Some day. Shabbat Shalom
December 28, 2012
Thanks Gd for Shabbos.
I am scared to think if we had to work for all 7 days. Thanks for the break,
November 16, 2012
Best video I've seen in a long time.
Peter Raposo england
October 26, 2012
I was raised a Christian, I must tell you I so enjoyed your video it touched my soul. I think all people should take the time to be with their families and friends who have no one and share life and religious experiences not just on Holidays but as you do once a week at least to be that family unit with traditions...This is what life is all about My parents were both children in Poland during WWII, My father had a childhood friend who was Jewish who he often talked about and wondered what happened to his friend and family after the war but he was never able to find out. My Mother remembers as a prisoner of the Russians in Russia when she was hungry an older Jewish man gave to her and her starvingsisters a piece of dry bread to share to eat when he saw how hungry they were with no food to eat for days,.if not for this act of kindness my Mother and sisters may ot have survived another day. My Father encouraged us to read the Torah, aswell as the Bible to understand and respect ALL
Maria Toronto, Canada
June 19, 2012
Can I observe Shabbot even if I am not Jewish, but I am Christian and am coming to an understanding of the importance of this important time?