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Why We Celebrate Yartzeits with Food On the custom of sponsoring a kiddush or tikkun on the anniversary of passing
For as long as I can remember, whenever we celebrate the yahrtzeit of a family member, we always sponsor a breakfast after morning services—and sometimes we also sponsor a kiddush reception on the Shabbat prior. Why?
In a single being, locality is secondary. What happens in one part of a living being immediately changes the entire organism. Which is how the Jewish people works as well.
If you work on yourself, improve your character, and refine yourself to a new spiritual plane, then your soulmate changes.
Isn't there a point in time when we realize that Moshiach isn't coming? Haven't we learned our lesson by now?
He could have just zapped them, and yet He sends them....frogs?!
I love Pesach. I hate Pesach cleaning.
Our eight-year-old son gets invited to birthday parties where non-kosher food is served. What’s the best way to handle this situation?
Who Was Zeresh? Haman's Wicked and Wise Wife
Zeresh’s name appears twice in the Book of Esther, both times as an advisor to her husband.
There is no single way to put away your tefillin. However, Jewish law and custom does provide some guidance.
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