The Jewish Year

    Spiritual Remedy for all Sicknesses: Rain that Falls after Passover

    Spiritual Remedy for all Sicknesses: Rain that Falls after Passover

    A segulah (spiritual remedy) that relates to rain that falls between the days of Passover and the Omer. "The rains…
    When the New Month Comes Out on Shabbat it’s a Special Time

    When the New Month Comes Out on Shabbat it’s a Special Time

    It gets a special double holiness of both days, 5 points to consider about this coming Shabbat
    Medical Remedies in the Month of Iyar

    Medical Remedies in the Month of Iyar

    7 Facts about the month of Iyar and its inherent ability to help people heal even beyond natural means
    Blessing G-d For Giving Us The Trees

    Blessing G-d For Giving Us The Trees

    During the month of Nissan we thank G-d with the Blessing on trees. See the beautiful blossoms of fruit trees…
    Everything You Wanted to Know about the Month of Kislev

    Everything You Wanted to Know about the Month of Kislev

    A collection of facts and historical events that took place in Kislev
    Isru Chag (the Day After the Festival)

    Isru Chag (the Day After the Festival)

    Isru Chag is the weekday after the three festivals. What is the source for its name, and what customs are…
    10 Things to Know About the Days Between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur

    10 Things to Know About the Days Between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur

    "Although repenting and calling out to G-d is always timely, it is especially auspicious during the ten days from Rosh…
    Why Do We Need To Make Leap Years, and Why Adar?

    Why Do We Need To Make Leap Years, and Why Adar?

    This year, 5779, is a leap year, meaning that there are two months of Adar, Adar Aleph (A) and Adar…
    Hanging on to The Yom Tov Experience

    Hanging on to The Yom Tov Experience

    As the Holiday season subsides we tend to feel feelings of longing and hope. How can we hang on to…
    Preserving the Impact of the High Holidays

    Preserving the Impact of the High Holidays

    Rebbetzin Twerski explains how to implement the spirituality of the High Holidays into our everyday lives
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