Shavuot

Shavuot Traditions

Traditions Shavuot

The Fiftieth Miracle

No two festivals on the Jewish calendar are more coupled than Passover and Shavuot, and no two festivals seem further apart conceptually. By Rabbi…

The Last Song

TORAH SHOULD BE FELT, NOT JUST READ AND STUDIED. IT SHOULD SPEAK TO US EMOTIONALLY AND, LIKE A SONG, BE APPRECIATED MORE AND MORE…

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The “I Can” Crown

By Elana Mizrahi     Elana, I can’t.” “Yes, you can. Repeat after me: ‘I can.’” “I can’t.” Our eyes met. There was so…

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Holy Instructions

WE ALL KNOW THAT AT MT. SINAI, ALMIGHTY G-D SPOKE THE TEN COMMANDMENTS. EVERY PERSON SHOULD ASK THEMSELVES: “AM I PRACTICING THE BASIC PRINCIPLES…

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Take On Shavuot

Various thoughts on one of our most important holidays By Rabbi Falvish Mordechai Dalfin Chabad Rabbi in North Bay Village Florida The holiday of…

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Underrated Shavuot

Why Shavuot doesn’t get the headlines of Pesach  and Chanukah By Rabbi Raphael Tennenhaus When preparing for Shavuot, the question is often asked: How…

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Shavuot

Renewing our vows with G-d. By Claudia Dornbusch Aumann For those who grew up in non-observant communities, the holiday of Shavuot was one that…