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Gevurah – Strength
Gevurah – Strength

The second week of Sefirat Ha’Omer, the counting of the days between Passover and Shavuot, is dedicated to the Sephirah of Gevurah – Strength. (For an explanation of the sephirot, please click here)…

Frannie and Dani Frannie and Dani

“We were married in Palm Beach, where we live together in ‘our chosen land.’ “

There’s A Key In My Challah!
There’s A Key In My Challah!

It’s a fact that many people spend much time thinking and even worrying about par’nassah (livelihood)…

The Politics of Love When it Happens in the Workplace The Politics of Love When it Happens in the Workplace

When Amy took a new job at as an Asset Manager last December, she never thought she could fall for a quirky guy like Stuart, her new supervisor, who was just not her type. But less than two months and several business trips later, the man she jokingly referred to as her “work husband” was all she could think about.

Roasted Asparagus Lasagna with Goat Cheese Roasted Asparagus Lasagna with Goat Cheese

The light flavors of asparagus and goat cheese practically scream spring and since we are now done with Passover, I don’t know about you JDaters®, but I am craving pasta.

Michelle and David
Michelle and David

“After meeting each other, David and I introduced his best friend to my twin sister, and they will be getting married later this year as well!”

The Ten Sephirot
The Ten Sephirot

Most people associate kabbalah (Jewish mysticism) with the Zohar (Book of Splendor). However, the earliest text to which the sages refer is Sefer Yetzirah (Book of Creation).* The exact origin of this text is unknown, but it is referenced as early as the 1st century C.E…

What is Isru Chag?
What is Isru Chag?

The day after vacation is often a time of distraction and disorientation. The same is true of the day following a religious holiday, especially after one of the week-long holidays (Passover and Sukkot) during which one focuses for an entire week on spiritual, rather than mundane, matters…

Katie and Brian Katie and Brian

“We cannot wait to live together and start a family with lots of JBabies!”

Time of Freedom?
Time of Freedom?

The sages refer to the holiday of Passover as zman chay’roo’tay’noo, the time of our freedom. This may seem obvious, since Passover celebrates the redemption of the Jewish people from slavery in Egypt. But did you know that on several occasions the Israelites demanded to return to Egypt, back to slavery!?…

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