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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Giving Tuesday- December 1, 2020

Support NJOP on Giving TuesdayDecember 1, 2020 is Giving Tuesday - A global day of giving! DonateYour contributions are…

Giving Gifts

"One who is diligent in lighting Chanukah candles will have children who are scholars" (Shabbat 23b). The desire for scholarly children was actually one of the motivations for the…

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Giving Gifts

“One who is diligent in lighting Chanukah candles will have children who are scholars” (Talmud Shabbat 23b). The desire for scholarly children was actually one of the motivations for the…

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Giving Gifts

“One who is diligent in lighting Chanukah candles will have children who are scholars” (Talmud Shabbat 23b). The desire for scholarly children was actually one of the motivations for the…

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Giving Gifts

"One who is diligent in lighting Chanukah candles will have children who are scholars" (Shabbat 23b). The desire for scholarly children was actually one of the motivations for the…

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Giving Gifts

“One who is diligent in lighting Chanukah candles will have children who are scholars” (Talmud Shabbat 23b). The desire for scholarly children was actually one of the motivations for…

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Giving Gifts

"One who is diligent in lighting Chanukah candles will have children who are scholars" (Talmud Shabbat 23b).   The desire for scholarly children was actually one of the…

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Giving Gifts

"One who is diligent in lighting Chanukah candles will have children who are scholars" (Talmud Shabbat 23b). The desire for scholarly children was actually one of the…

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Giving Gifts

"One who is diligent in lighting Chanukah candles will have children who are scholars" (Talmud Shabbat 23b). The desire for scholarly children was actually one of the…

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Giving Gifts

"One who is diligent in lighting Chanukah candles will have children who are scholars" (Talmud Shabbat 23b). The desire for scholarly children was actually one of the…

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Giving Gifts

"One who is diligent in lighting Chanukah candles will have children who are scholars" (Talmud Shabbat 23b).The desire for scholarly children was actually one of the motivations…

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Giving Graciously

When giving charity, make sure to do so without any hint of reservation or disdain.

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Giving Tuesday

In honor of today's #GivingTuesday, please support NJOP, the parent organization of Jewish Treats. Donate Here.

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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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Giving Thanks

Express your thanks to God and to people.

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Giving Time

If you have time available, volunteer at your local hospital.

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Giving Knowledge

Teach the children in your life about the beauty of Judaism.

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Good Giving

Be generous by doing little acts of charity. 

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Giving Tuesday

On #GivingTuesday, today, help support your juicy bits of Judaism, daily. Click here to donate.

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Giving Dignity

When someone asks your for help, take a few moments to listen to, and consider, their request.

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Keep On Giving

Share Jewish Treats with your friends and families.

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