Tomorrow, Friday, is the eve of Passover and I would like to wish everyone Happy Passover! For me, this holiday is between renewals.
first Hanukkah candle. Of all the Jewish holidays, Hanukkah is probably my favorite.
Festival. Like any Jewish holiday, so does this one, too, have layers of meaning and a uniqueness, both in significance and in action.
The New Jewish Year is almost upon us, and I would like to wish to all the Jews (and the non-Jews) a Good and Blessed Year! Shana Tova!
Tomorrow, Friday, it is going to be Tu BeAv, the 15th of the month of Av, the Ancient Festival of Love and Passion.
Last evening, Saturday night, we have marked the end of Shabbat and the beginning of Shavuot, the Time of the Giving of the Torah.
Hello and Moadim LeSimcha, Happy Holidays! This year, due to a technical challenge, I am posting my greetings a bit late.
It’s February already, and for me it’s the least favorite month in the whole year. I don’t really know why.
For those of you who are not Jewish, or are, but don’t live in Israel and only know the main religious holidays, Tu BiShvat is the New Year for trees.
I would like to wish a very Happy New Year to all who celebrate this holiday, from any faith or nationality, from any country of origin.