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Discover the rich customs and traditions of the Jewish faith. Learn about the significance of rituals and celebrations that bring joy and meaning to Jewish life.
Viral Twitter Thread Explains Why Jews Eat Chinese Food On Christmas While on Christmas Eve and Christmas day streets go empty with many Catholic households munching on their festive dinner Chinese restaurants are as busy as ever. Youve probably heard about a Jewish custom of eating Chinese food on Christmas. But do you really know where this tradition comes from? Thanks to Twitter user Megan who introduces herself as Jewish feminist and plant mom we now have this Jewish holiday ritual explain Chinese Food Places, Jewish Customs, Festive Dinner, Jewish Holiday, Ethnic Patterns, Freelance Graphic Design, Chinese Restaurant, Words To Describe, Plant Mom

Viral Twitter Thread Explains Why Jews Eat Chinese Food On Christmas While on Christmas Eve and Christmas day streets go empty with many Catholic households munching on their festive dinner Chinese restaurants are as busy as ever. Youve probably heard about a Jewish custom of eating Chinese food on Christmas. But do you really know where this tradition comes from? Thanks to Twitter user Megan who introduces herself as Jewish feminist and plant mom we now have this Jewish holiday ritual…

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Hanukkah explained by Kabbalah. As with all Jewish holidays, Kabbalah explains their deeper meaning since it describes them using the law of root and branch. Beyond historical circumstances and customs, Kabbalah explains how these holidays and other phenomena in Kabbalistic texts connect directly to the person's spiritual path: rising above the egoistic desire for self-benefit, and reaching spiritual unity with the force of bestowal and love. Hannukah Traditions, Hannukah Recipes, Jewish Traditions, Jewish Recipes, Kwanzaa, Happy Hannukah, Feliz Hanukkah, Hanukkah Crafts, Hanukkah Decorations

Hanukkah explained by Kabbalah. As with all Jewish holidays, Kabbalah explains their deeper meaning since it describes them using the law of root and branch. Beyond historical circumstances and customs, Kabbalah explains how these holidays and other phenomena in Kabbalistic texts connect directly to the person's spiritual path: rising above the egoistic desire for self-benefit, and reaching spiritual unity with the force of bestowal and love.

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This post is done in conjunction with the mezuzah giveaway from Turtle Lane Pottery. Let's talk mezuzahs. Deuteronomy 6:9 says that we should have the words of YHWH on the doorposts of our homes. A mezuzah is a case that holds a scroll of part of Scripture, usually the surrounding passage from Deuteronomy. Mezuzahs are one way to keep this commandment. Other ideas would be hanging a plaque on the door, writing a verse on the door frame, framing a verse for the entrance, or even painting or…

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