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Shabbat: (lit. "rest", "cessation [of work]"); the Sabbath, the divinely-ordained day of rest on the seventh day of the week.
Jewish Essentials - Part 2
Shabbat – An Island in Time
The holy day of Shabbat is more than just a day of rest. Discover the what, how and why of this special day we were gifted. This class is the second of a six-part lecture series titled ‘The Essentials,’ which introduces the foundations of Jewish life and ...
A day of rest & rejuvenation
Shabbat
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 ta...
The beauty and benefits of the Shabbat
My Thoughts on Shabbat
The progressive levels of Shabbat
Shabbat Delights
How the experience of the 'Shabbat rest' deepens as Shabbat progresses, culminating in Shabbat's sublime final moments. An exploration of the nature of pleasure. (Based on the maamar Eileh Toldos Noach 5737)
Maximize your Shabbat experience
How Do I Energize Myself?
In a frenetic world that seems to suck out our souls, how do we maximize the Shabbat experience to get energized for the whole week?
G-d as King or Queen?
On Shabbat we refer to G-d in the feminine—the Shabbat bride and queen. The different roles of the weekdays vs. Shabbat reflect distinct masculine and feminine energies.
Why Celebrate Shabbat?
Lighting Shabbat candles, resting and rejuvenating on Shabbat are critical to Jewish living.
Shabbat: A Day of Re-Jew-Venation
What are the spiritual underpinnings of Shabbat that makes it a sacred day of rest? This class explains the deeper understanding of why we rest and celebrate Shabbat.
The Fourth Commandment
Remember the Shabbat
"Remember the Sabbath Day, to keep it holy. Six days you shall labor and do all your work; but the seventh day is a Sabbath unto the Lord your G-d. “
Parsha Va'etchanan
What Should You Do on Shabbat?
The final Mishnah of Tracate Shabbat concludes with the law that one may "close up [a window], measure [an object needed for a mitzvah], and tie a [non-permanent] knot on Shabbat." What do each of these three ideas represent in our spiritual service of G-...
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