The Strength Within

One of the most important lessons Judaism teaches about human personalities is that we all have the free will and the strength to overcome any natural negative character traits.

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An Extra Thanks

This Shabbat, take an extra moment to think about, and be thankful for, the ability to live a Jewish life without persecution.

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Think Again

Many people believe that the Talmud is a dry or confusing legal text. Actually, it's full of fascinating stories, interesting personalities and strange facts. Take a look!

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Know Of A Job?

The economic recovery is moving slowly...if you know of any job openings, inform your friends and neighbors.

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Honor Their Memory

Take a moment and remember the sacrifices made by Israeli soldiers to keep the Jewish people safe.

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Honor Thy

It is ALWAYS a mitzvah to honor your mother (and your father). This Mother's Day, show your mother how much she means to you.

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Time To Remember

Take two minutes and remember the Jews who perished in the Holocaust.

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Your Own Key

If you don't bake your own challah, buy some and heat in the oven before Shabbat together with a key.

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Take Your Children To Synagogue

Be a positive Jewish role model and bring your children to synagogue this Shabbat.

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Firstborn

If you are a firstborn, call your local synagogue and find out if they are making a siyyum.

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Treasure Our Heritage

Preserve Judaica and Jewish texts that have special significance to your family.

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In Our Generation

Jews living in the United States or Canada (where Jews, thankfully, live in peace and tranquility), might question the Haggadah’s statement: “In every generation.” But this phrase,…

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A Special Time

In the act of giving gifts to the poor on Purim it is noted: “Kol HaPoshet Yad Notnim Lo- Whoever stretches out their arm [asking for help] we give them” (Shulchan Aruch - Laws of…

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Into Words

If you enjoy writing, put your thoughts about God and Judaism into words.

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A Reason To Say Amen

Participate in Shabbat Across America and Canada TONIGHT!(Check here to find a participating location near you.)

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Celebrate the Seventh

Celebrate the seventh day of this week with your fellow Jews across North America. Find a Shabbat Across America and Canada location near you.

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Plan Now

Shabbat Across America and Canada will take place on March 4, 2011. Check here to find a participating location near you.

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A Bit of Patriotism

If you live in a country that allows true freedom of religion, take a moment and express your thanks.

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Get Informed

Today is National Organ Donor Day. Find out more about Jewish law and organ donation at the Halachic Organ Donor Society Website.

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Do The Opposite

The opposite of Chilul Hashem is Kiddush Hashem (sanctifying the name). Positive actions such as returning lost money, offering help to strangers and fair business practices are all ways…

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Religious Questions

When confronted with a question about Judaism from a co-worker or an acquaintance, don’t hesitate to admit the need for more information and inform yourself by asking Jewish Treats!

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Real Magic

Take time to watch the wonders of nature and recognize God's magic.

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Tree Time

Tu b'Shevat, the Jewish New Year for Trees is only two days away! If you would like to plant a tree in Israel, contact the JNF. If you would like to plant a tree in your home town,…

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Democratic Thanks

If you live in a democratic society that allows equality to Jews, take a moment and be grateful.

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Choose Winely

Kosher wine offerings have been expanding by leaps and bounds. Ask your local wine seller to see their kosher products.

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Contact

Get in touch with an old friend and share some memories.

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Astronomical Awe

Observe the incredible workings of the heavens and be inspired by the wonders of creation.

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Translated Heritage

Read a translation of Heine’s works that reflect his Jewish heritage (The Rabbi of Bacherach, Shylock, and Hebrew Melodies).

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It’s Chanukah

Today is the first day of Chanukah (the first candle was lit last night). Discover the deeper meaning of this holiday (as well as fun games and delicious recipes) with Jewish Treats' new…

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First Night

Tonight is the first night of Chanukah, so celebrate the lighting of the menorah with friends and family.

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