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More than Passover and more than Lag BaOmer, I wondered about Shavuot weeks in advance.
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The very first rule was made to be broken
—the rule that heaven is heaven and earth is earth and each must remain in its place.

The first to break that rule was the very One who made it,
when His glory descended upon Mount Sinai.
And He gave us a Torah so that we, too, could continue breaking that rule
—and all the rules...

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If I were a Yankees fan, I would be terribly offended right now.
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A model of joyful Jewish life, faith and authentic brotherly love
Unlike the Written Torah, when studying the Oral Torah, a person has not fulfilled his obligation of Torah study unless he understands what is being learnt. Nevertheless, exceptions are made for...
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More than 2 million days will be counted this year
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Every person at your chuppah adds their soul energy
Kosher Cooking
Showcase the beauty of Mount Sinai with this beautiful Shavuot cake.
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Jewish History
“When I was a young man of twenty,” the Baal Shem Tov began his story, “shortly after being accepted in the society of hidden tzaddikim, several of us came to the city of Brody . . .”
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Universal and deeply personal, ‘michtavim klaliim’ set the tone for the upcoming holiday
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Ready to challenge some things you think you always knew? Let's go!
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Jewish tradition likens Shavuot to the wedding day between us and G‑d.
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Here are our tips for a Shavuot that is both delightful to the soul and pleasant for the person.
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As I prepared to celebrate the holiday in quarantine, I knew that I would have to seek inspiration in order to find meaning and pleasure in this lonely, unusual Shavuot.
Jewish Holidays
Includes stories, fun games, and delicious treat you make yourself.
There is not a righteous man who does not have detractors
– Midrash
Reuben Finds Mandrakes (1568 BCE)
The incident involving the mandrakes (dudaim) which Reuben, the eldest son of Jacob, found in the... Read More »
Jews Accept Torah (1313 BCE)
On this day, Moses made a covenant with the Jewish people at the foot of Mount Sinai at which the... Read More »
Rabbis Burnt at Stake (1728)
On this day Rabbis Chayim and Yehoshua Reitzes were tortured and burned in Lvov, Poland after they... Read More »
When a festival day (yom tov) falls on a Friday -- as Shavuot does this year -- an "eruv tavshilin"... Read More »
The Talmud relates that when G-d came to give the Torah to the People of Israel in the early morning... Read More »
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