From #Purim to #Passover
A Guide to Purim Customs! Stories! Food! Costumes! Things tend to get a little confusing (especially when alcohol is involved), so we’re here to make it simple. “Mishenichnas Adar Marbim B’simcha” “When the month of Adar arrives we should increase our joy” When Is Purim? Purim falls on the 14th […]
A delicious Purim treat! Minus the calories. Hamantaschen cookies, featuring realistic details and textures in cherry (red) filling.
Pizza Hamantaschen #Purim
Today’s Spark by Esther 60 Seconds with Esther: Learn more about history’s Queen Esther and the meaning of a name.
? Happy Tu B’Shvat from Israel #TuBeshvat is the Jewish “New Year of the trees”. On Tu B’Shvat we plant trees for future generations. Tu is the number 15 in the biblical numbering system (which uses the letters of the Hebrew Alphabet). B’ is Hebrew for “in”. Shvat is the […]
It’s that time of the year again when our social media feeds getting bombarded with Chanukah, Hanukkah, Christmas music videos so I figured why not make one of my own with the lyrical genius Kosha Dillz – Wishing you a HAPPY Chanukah and Happy Holidays!
Celebraiding Shabbat Chanukah 🕎#Challah #Menorah #ChallahMenorah🍴 @challahart Posted by Foods of Judaism on Friday, December 15, 2017 ? @challahart
✡️ Wars #Jewish #StarWarsCoolest #Menorah ever from Fandango ? #chanukah Posted by Memes of Judaism on Thursday, December 14, 2017
Source: Moshe Schlass
#OnlyInIsrael: When you ask your friend to grab a falafel but text the wrong number… and wind up wishing each other a happy holiday ? חג שמח #Sukkot
Translation: “Want Falafel?” “Who’s this?” “Sorry, my mistake” “Happy Holiday 🙂“ “You too 🙂“
I often thought that, in a certain way, we really have no connection with Shavuos since ultimately the luchos (two tablets) were broken. This Shavuos, especially due to the inspiration of the Poland trip, I realized that I was mistaken. If a neshama or the collective neshamos of the Jewish […]
I saw a beautiful insight about Hoshana Raba, hitting the aravos, and Simchas Torah. Hoshana Raba, the seventh day of Succos, is represented by Dovid HaMelech (King David). His contribution to the Jewish people was his Tehilim (Psalms), words that have touched the Jewish heart for thousands of years. The […]
“It’s a myrtle branch, a willow branch, a palm branch, and an etrog. They symbolize the four different types of Jews.” “Can you hold them apart so I can see them better?” “They’re supposed to stay together.” Source: Humans of New York