A Gift For Life

Did you know that Jewish law frowns upon elective surgery? After all, as any doctor will tell you (or all those release forms will make you realize), there is no surgery that is totally…

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A Gift For Life

Did you know that Jewish law frowns upon elective surgery? After all, as any doctor will tell you (or all those release forms will make you realize), there is no surgery that is totally…

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Life Gift

Give blood to your local blood bank.

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A Gift After Life

Donate to your local chevra kadisha, Jewish burial society.

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The Gift of Life

Donate blood at your local blood bank.

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End of Year Gift Exchange

There is a great deal of gift-giving going on at this time of year. Beyond friends and family, many feel obligated to give end of the year gifts to local specialists (such as one’s hair…

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Gift Giving

Prepare a Mishloach Manot (Gift Basket) for someone with whom you have been at odds.

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A Gift

When asked to lend a cup of sugar, offer it as a gift instead.

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Shabbat Gift

Take a break, unplug and enjoy the gift of Shabbat.

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Make A Gift

When asked if a friend or neighbor might borrow something inconsequential, tell the friend that they may have it as a gift. 

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Last Minute Gift

EBooks make a great last minute gift, and Jewish Treats' 99 Fascinating Jewish Personalities eBook is inexpensive, informative and only a few clicks away.

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Gift of Torah

Honor the importance of a Bar or Bat Mitzvah with the gift of a book about Torah and Judaism.

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Gift Suggestions

Ask the clerk at you local Kosher store for Shabbat gift suggestions.

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Gift It

If someone owes you money and you know they are unable to pay you back, verbally announce that you view that money as a gift rather than a loan. (Of course, you have to really mean it.)

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The Gift That Gives

Give someone a gift every day by forwarding them Jewish Treats, or help us continue to provide you with a juicy bit of Judaism daily by making an end-of-the-year donation to NJOP. (Thank…

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Here’s A Gift

Consider giving Jewish Treats: 99 Fascinating Jewish Personalities as a Chanukah gift for a friend or colleague.  

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An Anniversary Gift

In honor of NJOP's 25th anniversary, help support Jewish Treats, either through a contribution and/or through sharing your daily Treats with friends and family.

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The Gift of Knowledge

Include a Jewish book when you give a Bar or Bat Mitzvah present.

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Gift of Warmth

Donate winter clothes or heaters to those in need.

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A Gift To Give

When giving Chanukah presents, add a touch of Jewish education by attaching a fascinating Jewish fact. You can find many such facts in Jewish Treats' Complete Guide To Chanukah eBook.…

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Visiting Gift

Visit or call a friend who is under the weather.

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The Giving Gift

Give back to your mother in a special way by making a charitable donation in her honor (or memory). Jewish Treats/National Jewish Outreach Program is happy to help, of course:…

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The Giving Gift

Give back to your mother in a special way by making a charitable donation in her honor (or memory). Jewish Treats/National Jewish Outreach Program is happy to help, of course:…

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The Gift of Giving

Have trouble thinking of good gifts to give to friends or relatives? Why not give a donation in their honor to a cause you know is important to them.

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Humility’s Gift

Moses’ job of leading the Israelites was not easy. Not only were the people “stiff-necked,” they also spent a great deal of time complaining. When the nation cried out that they wanted…

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What Is the Tree of Life?

In the Garden of Eden, which was teeming with all the wonderful flora of creation, God placed two special trees:  Etz Hada’at  (the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil) and …

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What Is the Tree of Life?

In the Garden of Eden, which was teeming with all the wonderful flora of creation, God placed two special trees: Etz Hada’at (the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil) and Etz Hachaim (the…

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One’s Own Life

There is nothing more sacred in Jewish law than human life. According to halacha, one must guard one’s life in all cases unless one is forced to commit murder, worship idols or partake in…

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Does the Torah Support the Belief in Extraterrestrial Life?

Today, July 2nd, is celebrated world-wide, as "World UFO Day." It all started on July 2, 1947, when W.W. "Mac" Brazel discovered a metallic object on his Roswell, NM ranch. The U.S.…

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Does the Torah Support Belief in Extra Terrestrial Life?

Today, July 2, is celebrated, world-wide, as “World UFO Day.” On July 2, 1947, W.W. “Mac” Brazel discovered a metallic object on his Roswell, NM ranch. The U.S. government claimed that it…

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