Small Miracles

Appreciate the small miracles in your life: like the time when a friend calls you just at the exact moment when you are feeling sad and lonely.

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Even A Grown Up

If you are a firstborn male (as qualified above), ask your parents if you had a Pidyon Ha'ben. If the answer is no, contact your local rabbi to help you organize a ceremony and…

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Thanks Again, Pop!

Father's Day is over, but the Torah teaches us that we should respect and be grateful to our parents every day.

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Know Your Kosher Fish

When buying fresh fish, make sure it comes from a species with both fins and scales.

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Uplifting The World

Choose a physical activity that you enjoy and try to transform it into something spiritual by recognizing the Godliness in it. For instance, when eating, keep in mind that the food is…

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Mind Your Manners

When or if you meet someone who has converted to Judaism, remember that it is inconsiderate and unseemly (not to mention prohibited by Torah law) to interrogate a convert on his/her…

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Volunteer

Call your local synagogue or community organization and see if they need any volunteers.

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Celebrate

Turn on some music and enjoy the happiness of Lag Ba'omer.

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Getting Started

Choose a Jewish topic that interests you and learn more about it through classes, books, the internet or even by just asking Jewish Treats!

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Celebrate Israeli Style

Invite some friends for a falafel and hummus dinner (or just a barbeque) in honor of Yom Ha’atzma’ut.

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Time Off

During the week-long holiday of Passover, ignore your usual household chores (such as laundry) and enjoy the elevated time of holiness.

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Early To Rise

Set your alarm clock so you can say Birkat Hachama at sunrise...then enjoy a nice cup of coffee and a final danish before Passover.

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Spring Cleaning

When doing your spring cleaning, donate unwanted clothes and items to a local homeless shelter.

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Calendar Check

Own at least one Jewish calendar to keep track of the Jewish months and holidays.

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Flu Season

Call up or e-mail a co-worker who is out sick and wish them a refuah sh'leimah (complete recovery).

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Overload

Donate your extra Mishloach Manot candy and baked goods to a women's shelter.

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L’Chaim

Make a L'chaim (toast) in honor of Purim and share one interesting fact you've learned from our Purim Treats!

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Alms On Hand

Calculate how much you plan on spending for Mishloach Manot and set aside an equal amount for Matanot L'evyonim.

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Something Special

When you purchase a new article of dress clothes, set it aside and wear it for the first time in honor of Shabbat.

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In Your Dwelling

Set aside a shelf and build a Jewish library one book at a time.

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In Celebration

Sunday evening, host a Tu b'shevat Seder for your friends and family.

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Snip

Let your hair grow long and then donate it to be used in wigs for cancer patients. Two organizations that provide this service are Locks of Love or Chai Lifeline.

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Recipes

Ask your grandmother for recipes of your childhood that stand out most in your memory, and make certain to pass them on to your own children or grandchildren.

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A Cappella

Make your own music! Get together with some friends and sing Jewish camp songs sans the instruments in honor of Shabbat.

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Share a Cab

When hailing a cab at the same time as someone else, find out if you are heading in the same direction and suggest sharing the ride.

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For the Future

Whether you voted for Obama or not, take a minute today to say a short prayer that he and his incoming administration will be blessed with wisdom.

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For Posterity

Write down your Hebrew name and the Hebrew names of the rest of your family. Put this information away with your other important family documents.

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Say a Little Prayer

Take a moment and say a prayer for those who are under fire in Israel. May we suggest: Psalm 121.

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Smile

Smile! Smiling makes you happier, and it also makes the people around you happier.

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Breakfast

Tuesday morning, get up before the sun and enjoy a hearty breakfast.

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