Life Goal

Strive to fill your life with kindness.

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Fill Your Life

Try to fill your life with Torah and mitzvot, just as a pomegranate is stuffed with seeds.

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Appreciate Life

Appreciate the diversity of animal life on our planet.

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Your Good Life

Take an honest assessment of the good things you have, and appreciate your life.

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Your Good Life

Take an honest assessment of the good thing you have and appreciate your life.

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Teachers In Your Life

Let the teachers in your life (either your own or your children’s) know how much they are appreciated.

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Life Saving

Learn CPR so that in, God forbid, an emergency, you can save a life.

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His Wife Saved His Life

Ohn the son of Pelet was a Reubenite who fell under the sway of a rebellious Levite named Korach. Korach felt that a great injustice had been perpetrated in Aaron’s appointment to the…

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Life Savers

If you live in a city with a large Jewish population that has Hatzalah (Jewish EMS service, often faster than 911), make certain to post Hatzalah's phone number near your telephone.

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Explore the Life of Miriam

Learn about Miriam, sister of Aaron and Moses, one of the most important Biblical heroes during the birth of the Jewish nation.

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A Gift After Life

Donate to your local chevra kadisha, Jewish burial society.

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Learn Life Lessons from All Sources

There is much positive knowledge in the world. Absorb all that you can.

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Life Partner

Treat your spouse like an extension of yourself. If you are looking for a husband or wife, seek someone to whom you would like to fully give of yourself.

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Synagogue Life

Get involved in your local synagogue, explore your options of prayer services, social programming or, quite often, community activism.

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Life Gift

Give blood to your local blood bank.

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Family Life

As the holiday season gets busy, be considerate of the needs of your family.

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Music in your Life

Use your voice to uplift your Shabbat experience.

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The Gift of Life

Donate blood at your local blood bank.

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L’Chaim-To Life

Whether you’re celebrating a simcha, a joyous occasion, or simply looking for a bottle of kosher wine for Kiddush on Shabbat, you’ll find many excellent choices.

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Jewish Buckeyes

In 1817, when a pioneering watchmaker, Joseph Jonas, settled in Cincinnati, OH, from his native England, a permanent Jewish presence in Ohio was established. The Cincinnati Jewish…

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Jewish Buckeyes

In 1817, when a pioneering watchmaker, Joseph Jonas, settled in Cincinnati, OH, from his native England, a permanent Jewish presence in Ohio was established. The Cincinnati Jewish…

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Learn the Jewish History of Your Travel Destinations

Due to the extensive Jewish diaspora, most spots on earth have a history of Jewish communal life. Before traveling, be sure to learn the local history.

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Learn the Jewish History of Your Travel Destinations

Due to the extensive Jewish diaspora, most spots on earth have a history of Jewish communal life. Before traveling, be sure to learn the local history.

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The Jewish National Council

In the early twentieth century, the land of Israel went from being part of the Ottoman Empire to being a holding of the British. As immigration was continuing to increase and strengthen…

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A Lesson in Jewish History from Cotopaxi, Colorado

When Jacob Milstein met Michael Heilprin, it seemed divinely ordained. Heilprin was involved with the Hebrew Emigrant Aide Society (HEAS - later known as HIAS), and Milstein was the…

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New Hampshire’s Jewish History

As Americans await the outcome of today’s New Hampshire primary, Jewish Treats takes a look at Jewish life in the ninth state of the Union. While the Jewish population of New Hampshire…

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Is There Jewish DNA?

Do you remember learning about genes and DNA, about inherited  traits and Gregor Mendel’s pea plants? It has long been known and accepted as scientific fact that each person’s DNA…

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The Jewish Prime Minister?

Benjamin Disraeli has been called the first (and only) Jewish Prime Minister of England. The truth of this claim is...complicated. According to Jewish law, he was Jewish. His political…

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How Elvis Was Jewish

Do a websearch on “Jewish Elvis,” and you will be astounded at what you find. Born on January 8, 1935, Elvis Aaron Presley was the great-grandson of Martha Tacket, who is reported to have…

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99 Fascinating Jewish Personalities

99 Fascinating Jewish PersonalitiesBy S.R. Hewitt Have you ever heard of Two-Gun Cohen? Did you know that the artist Man Ray was Jewish? And what happened to Elisha ben Abuya that the…