💟 Happy Tu B’Av Source: Sharon Gabay – Art Photographer
Source: The Israel Project
Tu B’Av (Hebrew: ט”ו באב, the fifteenth of the month Av) is a minor Jewish holiday. In modern-day Israel, it is celebrated as a holiday of love (Hebrew: חג האהבה, Hag HaAhava), similar to Valentine’s Day. It has been said to be a “great day for weddings”. Source: World Jewish […]
❤️ Source: Israel Defense Forces
“I moved to Israel five years ago after someone I loved dearly was killed by a drunk driver. Israel was his favorite place on earth and I thought by my being there, it would somehow bring me closer to finding answers to this tragedy. Admittedly, I started searching for those […]
Source: Sharon Gabay – Art Photographer
Source: Humans of Jerusalem by Simcha Elazar Jessel.
“My mom once fell on a cactus. That’s actually how she met my dad. It would be a completely typical Australian love story if not for an extra twist—we don’t think it was an accident. Both their parent had moved to Australia from Syria and Egypt after WWII, and they […]
I really wanted to share the story of how I met my fiancé. A Jewish-owned shop in Manchester, England was being boycotted by pro-Palestinians. I went down alone with my Israel flag in hand, and met Daniel outside with his own flag. When hundreds of protesters appeared, I started to […]
Tu B’Av, ט”ו באב, the fifteenth of the month of Av is celebrated as a holiday of love.
“What are the odds of finding your second home and a soulmate 7,290 miles away? Incredibly high- thanks to Birthright! Last summer, I traveled to Israel with the Birthright organization Israel Outdoors. I was not expecting to be affected so deeply by this amazing place, and completely fell in love […]
“Harry and I were married for 19 years and divorced for the next 25. He called me from the East coast to tell me he had health problems and I flew to Philadelphia and helped him through heart surgery and with the help of our children we brought him back to California. February […]
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You shall love your neighbor as you do yourself (Leviticus 19:18). The usual translation is printed above and indeed is the way the verse is generally interpreted. As a result, the question is often raised, “How can people have the same love for others as they have for themselves? Isn’t […]
Lust and love are as far apart from one another as east from west. Love is all compassion and giving, humility, a true bond both with another person and with Hashem. What a pleasure true love is! This is the pleasure of giving, for there is no greater pleasure. Lust […]