There seems to be a lot of confusion about Hanukah – to the point where it appears to be deliberate. Let’s begin with what it’s not about. 1. It’s not a Jewish Christmas In many circles, Hanukah seems to have become an imitation Christmas – a holiday of food, lights, decorations, and gifts. This is … More From the Maccabees to the IDF: 6 things you need to know about Hanukah
Receiving the Torah is one of the most important things that happened in the history of the world, not just for the Nation of Israel but for all Nations who accepted the 10 Commandments as the definitive guideline for a moral and decent society – and a stark contrast to other societies who did not … More Why are so many Jews ignoring the holiday of Shavuot?
Passover 2014 On the first night of Passover, Jews around the world hold a ceremonial dinner called a “Seder”. This commemorates the Exodus from Egypt described in the bible. Every year, at the same time, for thousands of years, Jews have gathered their family and friends together to hold the Passover Seder. It’s a big … More In every generation…
“May my tongue cleave to my mouth, if I ever think not of thee, if I ever prize not Jerusalem above all joys!” … More Jerusalem, above all joys