Sukkot Meaning Sukkot is a seven day celebration. It is the third of the Pilgrim festivals, together with Pesach and Shavuot, that was celebrated in Jerusalem. In days gone by,…
Let's enter this Yom Kippur with a better understanding of the prayers and traditions of the holiest day of the year. Let's delve in.
Tisha B'av the saddest day of the Jewish calendar. But why do we still fast? How can something that happened so many years ago have any relevance to my life in 2019?
17 Tammuz is the a fast day that marks the beginning of the 3 weeks of mourning and ends with the fast of the 9th of Av, Tisha B'av. What happened on the 17th of Tammuz? What are the laws of the 3 weeks?
Shavuot or Shevuot? Which is the right way to talk about our chag? Do we care? Does it matter? Read more to find out.
The streets of Jerusalem are filled with dancing and Israeli flag waving on Yom Yerushalayim. Jerusalem day, the day of miracles. Why are we so happy on this day?
Lag Baomer is a fun day and evening with bonfires and cutting of 3 year old hair for the first time. Yet, Lag B'omer also has 3 important lessons for us in todays modern times to learn from.
The day before Yom Ha'atzmaut is one of the most difficult days in the Hebrew Calendar, Yom Hazikaron. A day to remember those who have given their lives fighting for Israel or who were murdered for being a Jew in Israel. Why choose the day before Yom Haatzmaut to commemorate the fallen?