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Tu Bishvat is all about celebrating our connection to the land and the natural wonders of our world including trees, plants, fruits, and more!
Chanukah is going to be a little different this year, no matter where you are celebrating. In this post, we explore the varying regional Chanukah traditions around the world.
A special todah rabah (that’s ‘thank you!’) goes out to Thanksgiving for shining an annual light on gratitude. This moment urges us to reflect on what we are thankful for.
Elul is a time to reflect on the past year and prepare for the new year ahead through the process of Cheshbon Hanafesh (literally, accounting of the soul).
An interview with Robyn Altman, one of Hebrew Helpers first mentors and currently serving as our Director of Community Engagement.
How has sheltering in place changed how you view time? Jewish tradition teaches us to structure our time: the weekly break of Shabbat, the yearly cycle of holidays, and right now the Counting of the Omer.
The current pandemic has changed the way we work, study, play, communicate, and do pretty much everything. How is it going to change Passover?
It’s been said that many Jewish holidays can be summed up as “they tried to kill us, we won, let’s eat!” We can also sum up most superhero movies that way. No other holiday follows this superhero plot more closely than PURIM!
We all know about the candles, the dreidel made out of clay or other materials, and the eight crazy nights, but what might you not know about Hanukkah?
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