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Matriarchs, The: Sarah, Rebecca, Leah and Rachel, from whom the Jewish nation descended; the wives of the Patriarchs.
The Passover Seder
The Four Cups of the Passover Seder as they correspond to the "four sons" (the wise one, the wicked one, the simple one, the one who does not know how to ask) as well as the four matriarchs (Sarah, Rebecca, Rachel, Leah.) Part 1 of this class addresses th...
A Lesson From Our Matriachs
My daughter never saw her great-grandmother who passed away when I was under ten,, yet Bryna understood that this was a piece of her past and she was eager to touch it and embrace it...
Question: When blessing a daughter it is traditional to say, "May G‑d make you like Sarah, Rebecca, Leah and Rachel." Why aren't Bilhah and Zilpah mentioned? I know they were "hand maidens" but they must have been special in order to give birth to four of...
Question: What are the birthdates and yahrtzeits of our Patriarchs and Matriarchs? And do we know the years they were born and died? Answer: We do not know exact birthdates and yahrtzeits for all of the Patriarchs and Matriarchs, but here is the informati...
Where did these Jewish mothers find the courage? I don't know because I'm not one of them, but ask your mother and I'm sure she'll gladly tell you. When a need arises, the Jewish mother simply responds.
How much do you know about women's history and traditions in Judaism? Find out!
See how much you really know about our fourth matriarch, Leah!
Motherhood is a new territory, and every child—no matter how many you have—is its own, beautiful, new light. You enter new stages all the time. What worked for one child doesn’t for another.
Do women not count? Are they supposed to just be quietly left in the background?
Our sages established that we drink four cups of wine at the Seder, recalling the four expressions of redemption
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