Extraordinary

Learn about Jews like Sir Rufus Daniel Isaacs who distinguished themselves and attained exalted titles that reflected their accomplishments.

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Love Your Neighbor as Yourself

Study the Torah, the blueprint for Jewish life to learn how to more fully embrace this adage and become a mentsch in the process.

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Jewish Identity

Explore the distinctive backgrounds of those who first came to the U.S. and settled in the southwestern United States, in places such as New Mexico.

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Read It In Hebrew

Learn to read Hebrew and unlock the fascinating etymology of Hebrew words or visit twebrewschool.org for a great review.

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Shemot-Jewish Names

Study this week’s Torah portion which begins with a recitation of the Jewish names of the children of the patriarch Jacob and the onset of the bitter enslavement of the Jewish people in…

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Steely Determination

Read about the steely determination and brave resistance on the part of those Jews who fought valiantly while the Warsaw Ghetto was being liquidated.

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Seek Guidance

Build a relationship with rabbinic leaders and seek spiritual guidance from them.

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Put Your Work Aside

Refrain from business talk and rejoice this Shabbat by enjoying the special gift that God has bestowed upon the Jewish people.

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Learn More

Study the history of Jews who were trailblazers and who made their mark in the Midwest during the 19th century.

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Record the Memories

If there are Holocaust survivors in your family or in your community, make sure to speak with them and record their stories.

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Celebrate Tu b’Shevat

Pick up some figs, dates or pomegranates and celebrate Tu b'Shevat.

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Check Out The Tribe

In the future, when planning a trip, be sure to place on the agenda a visit to the local Jewish community and become familiar with its Jewish history.

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Good Fitness

Make sure to take care of yourself by working out and exercising regularly.

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Self Improvement

Make this Shabbat especially meaningful by devoting quality time to focus on Jewish ethics and character building.

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Start Flossing

In order to hopefully minimize the number of toothaches you will experience, be sure to brush your teeth and floss on a regular basis.

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Place Your Kosher Order

Follow the lead of Mary Beame, the wife of the late Mayor Abraham Beame, who purchased kosher meat for Gracie Mansion and order from your local kosher butcher.

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You Count?

Take to heart that regardless of a person’s great wealth or the lack thereof, the half-shekel given by the Jewish people, as set forth in Parshat Shekalim in the Torah, reminds us that…

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Make a Difference Today

In honor of Random Acts of Kindness day, be proactive and make a difference by calling someone or helping someone who would really appreciate the attention.

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Don’t Be Left Out

Join NJOP TONIGHT at 8:00 PM (EST) for a special virtual event about bringing the experience of Shabbat into one's life. We hope this presentation will inspire you to take part in Shabbat…

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Ask The Rabbi

When you have questions about Jewish law and observance, be sure to ask your rabbi for guidance.

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Share the Laugh

If you know someone who could use a “pick me up,” pick up the phone, share a joke or two to lift their spirits and make them laugh!

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Study Jewish History

Learn about historical events including the many challenging and often tragic events that shaped not only Jewish history but also world events as well.

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Festival of Redemption

Consider the significance of the month of Nissan within which we celebrate the festival of Passover: According to the Talmud, in the month of Nissan our ancestors were redeemed from…

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Get Started

To prepare for Passover and enhance your seder experience, delve into the Haggadah to learn more about our collective Jewish history that permeates the text. Click here to download Jewish…

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In Full Voice

If you’re unable to attend services over Passover, take a moment to read through, and even sing through, the passages of the Hallel if you’re familiar with the text. Click here to link to…

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Prepare for the Final Celebratory Days of Passover

The seventh day of Passover, which begins tonight, recalls the splitting of the Sea of Reeds which is tomorrow’s Torah reading. We also read Shir Hashirim. In honor of the beginning of…

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Celebrate Isru Chag

Take some of the uplifting elements of the Passover experience and enjoy a delicious treat or two today in honor of Isru Chag, the name designated for the day that follows the holiday.

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Make a Memory

If you have a family member or know someone who is a Holocaust survivor, be sure to connect with them and record their personal story of survival during World War II.

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Give Thanks

Take a moment to appreciate what Israel’s independence as the Jewish homeland has meant to the Jewish community around the world and all of the incredible accomplishments of the State,…

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Study an Ethical Blueprint

Join thousands who will be studying the second chapter of Ethics of our Fathers, an ethical blueprint for Jewish living, this Shabbat. Print out your copy before Shabbat and enjoy a truly…

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