Elul isn’t meant to be a time of frustration and discouragement. It’s supposed to be an uplifting time. An empowering time. A time when we cleanse ourselves, renew our commitment to our Creator, and transform into better Jews. Many of us dream of an Elul experience like the one described above. We understand how badly... Read more »
Shavuos: holiday of flowers, cheesecake, blintzes – and so much more. Like the first Shavuos three thousand years ago, this holiday presents us with an opportunity to reach true personal acceptance of the Torah. How can we bring ourselves toward this point? How can we overcome our feelings of distance
Introduction. The Pesach Seder is one of the most memorable experiences in Jewish life. Who doesn’t look forward to that once-a-year opportunity to reunite with family and friends and get in touch with the history of our People? The warm glow of togetherness makes the Seder an event not to be missed.
Step 1: What’s the Seder All About? If you were thinking about the Coronavirus while you opened this article, you’re in good company. At the risk of stating the obvious, the pandemic is the first thought on all of our minds. The second thought is probably something like: why? What does Hashem want from us? It’s impossible to answer