Shabbat Walk

Enjoy the beauty of fall and appreciate God's artistry with a relaxing Shabbat walk tomorrow.

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Incorporate The Dream

When current events make you world-weary, take a moment and ask God for peace in the world.

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Strive To Be Saintly

Take every opportunity to be generous and giving to others.

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Join In

One can join a Daf Yomi study program at any time and there are many excellent Daf Yomi classes available online, as well.

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Avoiding Theft

There are many ways to take something away from another person. Consider how your actions and words effect other people.

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Give Them A Real Treat

Share Jewish Treats with friends and family.

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The Time Is Now

NOVEMBER 2011! READ HEBREW AMERICA and CANADA, the National Jewish Outreach Program's annual Hebrew literacy, is starting now. Click here to a Hebrew Reading Crash Course in your area!

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Enjoy

Sit back, relax and enjoy this final festival.

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Praying For Proper Rain

Now is an auspicious time to pray that this year rain should fall at the right times and in amounts that are a blessing for all.

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Make New Friends

Reach out and befriend all kinds of Jews.

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Purchase Power

Find out from your synagogue where you can purchase a lulav and etrog.

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Make An Outing Of It

If you will be unable to do tashlich on Rosh Hashana, make a Sunday family outing to a nearby lake or river and perform the ceremony.

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One T At A Time

Focus on one type of action for which you need to do teshuva, such as gossiping, and dedicate 30 minutes a day for one week on making sure not to transgress.

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It’s Up To You

Be sincere in your interactions with both friends and strangers.

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Recycle

Don't forget the benefit to the world of recycling and that caring for the environment is a Jewish value.

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Smell Appreciation

Take a walk in your garden with a new appreciation for the multitude of different plants and the pleasure each one brings us.

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First Step

Begin the process of teshuva by making an honest assessment of whom you might have hurt or offended this past year. (And check out Project Forgiveness.)

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A Call To Appreciate

While not all situations call for the recitation of Sheh’heh’cheh’yanu, many present excellent opportunities for appreciation and gratitude to God.

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Don’t Be A Martyr

If you are questioning whether to take medicine on Shabbat or not, remember that the Torah does not want anyone to suffer. Be honest with yourself in judging what is best to do, and, if…

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Providing The Dough

If your community has a conversion program, and you are able to, give a donation to help this important community organization.

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Even For The Little Things

Remember that one can, and should, pray to God for all ailments (even just a pain in the foot).

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Lunch Songs

Beautify and prolong your Shabbat meal with joyful zmirot.

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Research

Find out more about the issue of respecting the body and medical need at the Halachic Organ Donation Society.

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Dippee Da’Doo

Take your pots and pans to your local mikveh to fulfill this mitzvah.

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The Consequence of the Smashed Tablets

The Seventeenth of Tammuz is the beginning of the three weeks leading up to Tisha b’Av, the day we mourn the destruction of both the First and Second Temple. Read tomorrow’s Treat to…

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Keep On Giving

Share Jewish Treats with your friends and families.

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Shabbat Wash

Wash your hands and recite the blessing Ahl n’teelat yadayim when celebrating Shabbat dinner tonight.

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Flower Patch

Plant flowers in your yard--they make others smile and they remind everyone of the magnificence of God's creations.

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Father’s Day Every Day

Observe Father's Day every day by honoring your father (and your mother).

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Summer’s Coming

Get ready for summer by either teaching a child to swim (or sponsoring swimming lessons for a child who can't afford them). It's a mitzvah to teach your child to swim...and if you don't…

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