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Light is referred to as peace, because it gives us the ability to distinguish between different things, and thus to perceive the uniqueness of every person...
The fundamental importance of the mezuzah to Judaism is underscored by the story of Ruth, the grandmother of King David and archetype of all righteous proselytes. In explaining the laws of conversion to her, one of the first things her mother-in-law Naomi...
The L-rd is thy keeper; the L‑rd is thy shade upon thy right hand Psalms CXXI, 5 In the Bible The word “mezuzah” appears for the first time in the Bible in the account of the Exodus from Egypt. Before the last plague smiting the Egyptian firstborn, the...
A lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path Psalms 119:105 The Inner Self – the Dwelling place for G‑d The mezuzah always points inward to the innermost room of the house. Let us also look inward and meditate on the deeper meanings of mezuzah. We read in...
Order the Siddur The Online Siddur With Commentary is a project of Chabad Lubavitch of Maryland directed by Rabbi Shmuel Kaplan and Sichos In English, all rights reserved. With appreciation to Kehot Publication Society for the use of the Hebrew text of...
The Sanctification of the Moon Kiddush Levanah, the blessing on the moon
To bless the new moon at the proper time is like greeting the Divine Presence. —Talmud, Sanhedrin 42a There is something mystical about the moon. Despite its secondary status as a luminary, people have always been fascinated by its silvery, luminous light...
The Marriage Contract (Ketubah) The ketubah is a unilateral agreement drawn by witnesses in accordance with Jewish civil law, in which they testify that the husband guarantees to his wife that he will meet certain minimum human and financial conditions of...
The seven benedictions under the chuppah are recited by the rabbi or others who are given the honor. They should be read only in the presence of a minyan, which may include the rabbi, the groom, witnesses, and parents. The benedictions are not to be...
At the call of the dawn, two priests sounded their trumpets and began to descend the fifteen steps that led down from the Men’s Courtyard to the Women’s Courtyard . . .
Birkat Hachamah Texts Text of the "Blessing on the Sun" Ceremony, in Hebrew and English
Click here for a printable PDF of the Birkat Hachamah prayer serviceincluding Hebrew, English, and transliteration.Compliments of Kehot Publication Society. Preferably, the Blessing of the Sun should be recited between sunrise and the end of the third...
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