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Too Jewish—New Ebook Release

Too Jewish—New Ebook Release

Award winning author, Patty Friedmann’s new novel, Too Jewish, has been released by ebook publisher booksBnimble. Too Jewish marks a departure from Friedmann’s earlier works and is drawn from her own experiences growing up in Uptown New Orleans. Friedmann vividly describes why “This is the book I was born to write”, in the attached video. […]

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Mitzvah Invitations – Planning in Advance

Mitzvah Invitations – Planning in Advance

According to traditional Jewish traditions, the thirteen year old child who is still a fan of Saturday morning cartoons and is not even considering dating or driving anytime soon, is old enough to become a full fledged member of the Jewish congregation. Preparation for this mitzvah ceremony and celebration begins long before the child in […]

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Discount Bat Mitzvah Invitations – Pretty Yet Affordable

Discount Bat Mitzvah Invitations – Pretty Yet Affordable

There comes a time in every Jewish girl’s life where it is time she comes of age according to Jewish tradition. This tradition includes a ceremony in the synagogue or temple with a fun party to follow. Including all family and friends in the celebration makes the day a truly special one for the young […]

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Discount Bar Mitzvah Invitations – Cutting Costs Not Quality

Discount Bar Mitzvah Invitations – Cutting Costs Not Quality

The Jewish boy grows up knowing that his thirteenth year is the coming of age year according to the Jewish tradition. This milestone, called a bar mitzvah, is marked with a meaningful ceremony and a great celebration to follow. Typically all family members and friends are invited to celebrate this occasion with the child and […]

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Bat Mitzvah Invites – When to Send

Bat Mitzvah Invites – When to Send

The bat mitzvah celebration is a monumental occasion in the Jewish girl’s life that should be a memorable, precious experience for her and her family. When sending out bat mitzvah invites, it is important that all family and close friends are included in the celebration of the special girl’s coming-of-age. As with all milestone ceremonies […]

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Bat Mitzvah Invitations Wording – Where to Begin

Bat Mitzvah Invitations Wording – Where to Begin

Choosing the invitations for a Jewish girl’s bat mitzvah is a fun yet important part of the list of things to do for the ceremony and party that follows. It is important that the bat mitzvah invitations wording not only gives all the pertinent details and necessary information, but that the desired tone is achieved […]

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Bat Mitzvah Invitations – Details and Notes

Bat Mitzvah Invitations – Details and Notes

Bat Mitzvah ceremonies and parties are huge milestones for both the girl coming of age and her family. From the bat mitzvah invitations to the ceremony specifics to the party details, there is so much to consider in the months before the actual event. When planning, it is important to realize that the invitation sent […]

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Bat Mitzvah Invitation – Memorable and Affordable

Bat Mitzvah Invitation – Memorable and Affordable

A bat mitzvah ceremony and subsequent celebration is a significant rite of passage for every young Jewish girl. A touching and significant ceremony should be followed by a memorable party honoring the young lady. As with any party, a mitzvah can get expensive quickly, so it is important to start by making a firm budget […]

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Bar Mitzvah Invitations – Planning and Announcing

Bar Mitzvah Invitations – Planning and Announcing

Planning the bar mitzvah for a coming of age Jewish boy is a big deal. This is both a religious and a maturity milestone for the boy in question. Bar mitzvah invitations for the ceremony and the accompanying parties or receptions are important to ensure the news is out and folks will come to celebrate. […]

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Bar Mitzvah Invitation – Choosing the Style

Bar Mitzvah Invitation – Choosing the Style

A bar mitzvah is such an important occasion in the life of a Jewish boy. Marking his transition from boyhood to manhood according to Jewish tradition is a big milestone for the parents as well as the boy. Choosing the style of the bar mitzvah invitation is but one of the many things on the […]

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“American Synagogues” Calendar

“American Synagogues” Calendar

The sunburst inspired, 40-foot wide Art Deco stained glass skylight that graced the ceiling of Temple Emanu-El (Paterson, NJ) provides a glorious hint of the architectural treasures contained in acclaimed photographer Laszlo Regos’ “American Synagogues” calendar. The “American Synagogues” calendar includes all the major Jewish and secular holidays, and candle lighting times, and features 38 […]

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Bar Mitzvah Cards – Memorable Keepsakes

Bar Mitzvah Cards – Memorable Keepsakes

In every Jewish boy’s life, the coming of age ceremony when he turns 13 years old is a huge milestone. The bar mitzvah is celebrated with a moving ceremony where the boy becomes a full member of the Jewish congregation followed by a party to commemorate the occasion. Inviting all family and friends is the […]

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Shavuot – The Day the Torah Was Given

Shavuot

Like Passover and Sukkot, the Jewish holiday Shavuot has two important symbolic meanings. This first of these is that it acts as a harvest festival to celebrate the time when the first fruit of the year was brought to the Temple. The second, and probably the reason most Jewish people observe this holiday, it to […]

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A Deeper Reality DVD

A Deeper Reality DVD

A Look into Kabbalah Jewish Kabbalah. Join us for a fascinating journey, party mystical and very practical. From the beginning of time through our current technological revolution, take a deeper look into the energy stored in sub-atomic particles, the new global community, the future of the internet, and where man’s intelligence is leading the world. […]

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A Life Apart

A Life Apart

Hasidism in America Narrated by Leonard Nimoy and Sarah Jessica Parker.In New York City, they are a common sight. Yet even here their way of life remains a mystery to those outside their community. They are the Jews known as the Hasidim (Chasidim) With their use of Yiddish, their distinctive clothes and their strict observance […]

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Climbing the Rungs of Prayer

Climbing the Rungs of Prayer

My Encounter with the Rebbe Climbing the Rungs of Prayer allows you to learn and be inspired, first hand, through the elegant simplicity of the prayers of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson.. Features: Documentary narration or children’s Narration English, Hebrew, French, or RussianRunning time: 45 minutes 15 minutes of bonus footage. Publisher: JEM, […]

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Farbrengen Purim 5747 – 1987

Farbrengen Purim 5747 - 1987

Talks 3, 4, 6 In a landmark talk on the topic of Moshiach, the Rebbe lays out the case that the world is on the verge of the Redemption, pointing to trends in technology, international-relations and academia over the past few decades. Because the time is so opportune for the coming of Moshiach, the power […]

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Hand in Hand

Hand in Hand

Children learning from the Rebbe Chassidim would always ask: Why doesn’t the Talmud contain a tractate that focuses on the love of HASHEM, or the fear of Him? They would explain that instead of teaching these attributes in an abstract intellectual form, in every generation, HASHEM gives us tzaddikim who provide living examples. We constantly […]

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I am a Chassid

I am a Chassid

Living the Way the Rebbe Teaches Us A classic Chasidic saying states: ‘The Rebbe, his Chassidim, his teachings are all one.’ Being a Chassid of the Rebbe means taking his teachings and making them part of ourselves and our lives. We have taken ten of the primary messages that the Rebbe teaches us and communicated […]

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My Pesukim

My Pesukim

Video, DVD, or CDs As part of his campaign to educate every Jewish child, the Rebbe selected 12 Torah passages especially for every Jewish boy or girl. The Rebbe urged children to recite the verses, study them by heart, and teach them to others. The impressions these Torah thoughts would make upon their minds, the […]

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One: Chabad’s rescue and relief efforts

One: Chabad's rescue and relief efforts

In the wake of several natural disasters. Reflecting the Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, OBM, the Chabad Lubavitch Shluchim are legendary for their love of every Jew. Join Chabad rabbis in Thailand as they search hospitals for missing Jews after the tsunami; enter post-Katrina New Orleans together with search and rescue teams; and accompany volunteers […]

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Peace Upon the Land

Peace Upon the Land

Torah’s approach to achieving true peace and security in the Holy Land The terror that proceeded the Six-Day War, and the Iraqi SCUD missile attacks mirrors the fear and uncertainty of our turbulent times. The first half of this engrossing video segues from battlefield footage to filmed accounts of the Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, […]

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The Early Years II: 1931-1938

The Early Years II: 1931-1938

My Encounter with the Rebbe Based on first-person testimony from the oral history project ‘My Encounter with the Rebbe’, The Early Years II sheds unprecedented light on the period following the Rebbe’s marriage in 1928. Meet the people who knew the Rebbe and the Rebbetzin then, and watch first-person testimony recounting their life at that […]

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The Early Years III: 1938-1940

The Early Years III: 1938-1940

My Encounter with the Rebbe Based on first-person testimony from the oral history project ‘My Encounter with the Rebbe’, The Early Years III sheds unprecedented light on the period following the Rebbe and Rebbetzin’s last years in Paris, from 1938 through 1940. Meet the people who knew the Rebbe and the Rebbetzin then, and watch […]

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The Rebbe and the Holy Land

The Rebbe and the Holy Land

A glimpse at the loving relationship between the Rebbe, the People and the Land of Israel The Rebbe’s love for the Land of Israel was unequaled. His approach was an enigmatic mix of faith and practical activism: On the one hand, he saw G-d as the ultimate guarantor of Israel’s physical safety. Yet at the […]

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A History of the Jewish Experience

A History of the Jewish Experience

by Rabbi Leo Trepp Not a history of the Jews, but a history of the Jewish Experience this is a must have book for anyone wishing to understand modern Judaism. It reaches across centuries and around the world to weave together the strands of Jewish experience. This comprehensive work includes prayers and practices, values and […]

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Beyond a Reasonable Doubt: Revised and Expanded Original Edition

Beyond a Reasonable Doubt: Revised and Expanded Original Edition

Convincing Evidence of the Truths of Judaismby Rabbi Shmuel Waldman This edition is recommended for readers with a strong Torah background, seeking an informed, yet less secular, approach. It has been revised and expanded, containing 40 additional pages. Written for the Jew who seeks evidence and proofs that the principal beliefs of Judaism are indeed […]

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Basic Judaism

Basic Judaism

by Rabbi Milton Steinberg A book about Judaism its ideals, beliefs, and practices written for both Jews and non-Jews. Basic text for many Introduction to Judaism courses.(172 Pages) Publisher: H B J, 1975

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Discover

Discover

Answers for teenagers (and adults) to questions about the Jewish faith.by Rabbi Dov Moshe Lipman Would you like to know: What did Moshe Rabbeinu ask Hashem about suffering?What does Sir Fred Hoyle, Britains most eminent astronomer, have in common with Chovos HaLevovos (Duties of The Heart)?What is the Rambams natural prescription for feeling Divine love? […]

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From the Ten Commandments to Chicken Soup

From the Ten Commandments to Chicken Soup

A Celebration of Judaism and All Things Jewishby Michael Shapiro In this engaging book Michael Shapiro encourages all Jews to bask in the light of their people’s historic contributions to religion, science, politics, and the arts. The diverse topics discussed here cover every facet of Jewish life — including festivals and High Holy Days, the […]

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