With All Your Heart

Have you ever wondered about the connection between love and the heart? Love is a complex emotion. The heart is the organ in the body that is responsible for blood circulation. The two…

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Thoughts for the Heart

February has been designated American Heart Month. For many years, heart disease was considered to be a mostly male affliction. In order to compensate for, and correct that misconception,…

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Thoughts for the Heart

February has been designated American Heart Month. For many years, heart disease was considered to be a mostly male affliction. In order to compensate for, and correct, that…

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Duties of the Heart

The concept of “being spiritual” is often assumed to be a fairly recent one, resulting, perhaps, from the enlightenment’s deconstruction of organized religion.  The idea of…

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Duties of the Heart

The concept of “being spiritual” is often assumed to be a fairly recent one, resulting, perhaps, from the enlightenment’s deconstruction of organized religion.  The idea of…

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Take To Heart

Take the words of the prophets to heart and try to be more proactive in helping others.

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Forgive In Your Heart

The first step in forgiving a person is letting go of resentment in your heart, even before the other person seeks your forgiveness.

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Shabbat, The Heart of Unity

Shabbat is one of the Ten Commandments, and is one of the most frequently referred-to mitzvot (commandments) in the Torah. Shabbat is regarded as the “heart” of Jewish life. It sets a…

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Music of Your Heart

If the mood strikes you, don't hesitate to sing your personal prayers if that helps you to be inspired.

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Give A Little A Lot

Making the decision about to whom and how much tzedakah (charity) one should distribute can be extremely difficult. The pressure of this decision is made even greater by both a constant…

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Give A Little A Lot

Making the decision about to whom and how much tzedakah (charity) one should distribute can be extremely difficult. The pressure of this decision is made even greater by both a constant…

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What To Give

Maintain the tradition of Chanukah being a time for study and give Jewish books as Chanukah presents.

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Give A Seat

When riding on public transportation, actively look for opportunities to give your seat to the elderly, pregnant or disabled.

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Modeh Ani / I Give Thanks

Modeh Ani is recited upon waking, to acknowledge the miracle of being alive every day. Mo’deh ani li’fa’nech’ah melech chai v’kayam, she’heh’cheh’zarta bee nishmatee b’chemla--raba…

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Invitation To Give Thanks

The verse found in Deuteronomy 8:10, “You shall eat, be satiated and bless God,” is the source of the biblical mandate to recite the Birkat Hamazon (Grace After Meals, also known in…

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Give Back

Think about ways where you can make a meaningful contribution to those in your community.

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Give Spiritually Meaningful Presents

Think of giving Chanukah presents that represent the timeless messages of Chanukah.

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Give A Call

Make it a habit to call your family and build your relationship.

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Give a Little

Set aside a few extra dollars a month to use for unexpected charity.

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Give Thanks

Thank God for the food you have eaten. 

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Give It Your All

Recognize that the amount of effort you put into every act reflects in its success.

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Give Them A Real Treat

Share Jewish Treats with friends and family.

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Give Them Credit

Thank your spouse for the support he/she gives you.

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Give A Call

In addition to wishing you mom a Happy Mother's Day, send such greetings to the other mothers in your life.

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Give A Little More

Help alleviate the “pressure of extreme poverty” by being generous in your charitable giving.

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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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To Give

Put a tzedakah (charity) box in a convenient location in your home.

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Give It Over

As you learn new aspects of Jewish life, whether from Jewish Treats or from other sources, find ways to share it with your Jewish friends and family.

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Don’t Give Up

When dealing with difficult people, take a deep breath and be patient.

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Give Thanks

Before you dig into your lunch, or any meal, take a moment and acknowledge God's role in providing such enjoyable food!

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