What Goes Around Comes Around

Is there any truth to the popular statement, “What goes around, comes around”? It is a pithy phrase that is all too often suggested (somewhat viciously) after a person falls on hard…

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Roof Maker

Collect long, thin branches to use for the roof of your sukkah.

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Kee Teitzei 5765-2005

"The Revolution that Started with a Fence" by Rabbi Ephraim Z. Buchwald The extraordinary number of themes that are found in parashat Kee Teizei make it seem as if the Torah, with only…

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Around the World in One Place

In honor of International Museum Day, Jewish Treats presents Beit Hatfutsot, The Museum of the Jewish People (often referred to as the Diaspora Museum). In 1959, at…

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Around the World in One Place

In honor of International Museum Day, Jewish Treats presents Beit Hatfutsot, The Museum of the Jewish People (often referred to as the Diaspora Museum). In 1959, at the World Jewish…

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The World Around

Look at the world for opportunities to both love and fear God.

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Miracles All Around

Look for the miracles that occur in our every day lives.

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All Around

Strive to be the person who is known to work well with everyone.

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Sukkah Around

If you cannot build your own sukkah, call your local synagogue to find out when theirs is available.

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All Around the World

When you travel, take advantage of the international Jewish community and make connections worldwide.

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All Around the World

Remember that one can live an active Jewish life anywhere in the world. 

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Turn It Around

If you are experiencing a feeling of hate, start trying to be nice to that person in attempt to reverse that feeling. 

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The History Around Purim

The story of Purim takes place at the very end of the era known in Jewish history as the Babylonian Exile.Nebuchadnezzar and the Babylonian empire destroyed the Temple and Jerusalem and…

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The History Around Purim

The story of Purim takes place at the very end of the era known in Jewish history as the Babylonian Exile. Nebuchadnezzar and the Babylonian empire destroyed the Temple and Jerusalem and…

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The History Around Purim

The story of Purim takes place at the very end of the era known in Jewish history as the Babylonian Exile. Nebuchadnezzar and the Babylonian empire destroyed the Temple and Jerusalem and…

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At Home

If you are unable to attend a Shabbat Across America and Canada location, try Shabbat Across America and Canada at Home.

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Add Radiance to your Home!

Learn how to bring peace and radiance into your home tonight by lighting Shabbat candles. Click here.

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Lovely Home

Fill your home with Jewish art.

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Home Base

Support charitable institutions in your home city.

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The Sanctity of Home

Bring a hint of the light of the ancient Temple into your own home by celebrating Chanukah and publicizing the miracle (through lighting the menorah).

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Bring Shabbat Light Into Your Home

As Chanukah ends, light Shabbat candles early this evening and bring the warmth of Shabbat into your home. For Shabbat candle lighting times in your area, click here.

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Pre-Shabbat Across America and Canada at Home – One Day Review- With Florence Wiener

Pre-Shabbat Across America and Canada at Home – One Day Review- With Florence WienerRegister for the Pre-Shabbat Across…

A Mark On Your Home

Find a means of creating a constant reminder of the loss of the Holy Temple in your life.

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Forgiveness At Home

Forgive those closest to you for their mistakes, and ask their forgiveness for your own actions against them.

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She Brought Them Home

There were many heroes involved in the incredible effort to secretly bring thousands of imperiled Jews from Europe after the war to the Land of Israel despite the British blockade. More…

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Shabbat Across America at Home Evaluation

Shabbat Across America at Home EvaluationPlease let us know about your experience with the Level I Hebrew Class on Zoom Your…

The Importance of Fences

Transmitting words of wisdom to leaders of future generations, the Men of the Great Assembly advised: “Make a fence for the Torah” (Pirkei Avot/Ethics of the Fathers 1:1), which alludes…

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Why Vow?

The framework of Jewish life is set by Jewish law. And, while Jewish law covers almost all aspects of life, there is a great deal of latitude for personal choice within Jewish law. That…

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Fences

The Bible commands the owner of a home with a flat roof to put up a ma’akeh - a fence - around the roof, so that blood will not be on the owner’s hands (Deuteronomy…

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Tazria-Metzorah 5766-2006

"The Torah's Home Security System" by Rabbi Ephraim Z. Buchwald In parashat Metzorah, the second of this week's double parashiot, we learn how the disease tzara'at (sometimes incorrectly…

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