“We met at LAX and it was almost love at first sight. Thank you, JDate, for completely transforming our lives!”
As a Semitic nation, the Jewish people emerged as a nation in the warm, dry region of the Middle east. And while snow may occasionally fall in Jerusalem, winter activities are not frequently discussed in the Torah and the Talmud.
“It was a combination of patience, mutual respect and honesty that helped us to find each other. We are a real example of JDate bringing two people together.”
Is your skin so chapped it crackles? Does your heart feel like it’s going to break from all the pressure? Are you sick and tired of waking up tired? It’s time you stop ignoring and start adoring yourself. The following list includes conditioning tips to help you renew yourself and start loving YOU better.
In a Jewish leap year, two months of Adar are celebrated: Adar I and Adar II. The question that arises is, in which Adar does one celebrate the important events that occur in that month? On a communal level, this question refers to the holiday of Purim. On a personal level, this affects the observance of yahrtzeits and bar/bat mitzvahs.
As the country digs itself out from one of its biggest snowstorms, Moment digs in to discover the comfort food people turn to when the going gets rough: Chicken Soup.
The most infamous sin of the Jewish people was the sin of the Golden Calf: When God presented the People of Israel with the Ten Commandments, the people were overwhelmed at hearing the Divine voice.
“We’re very much kindred souls. I saw in her a lot more of myself…and I realized that none of this would have been possible without JDate.”
Whether you’re single and searching or cozily coupled and looking for something to spice up Valentine’s month (why dedicate only a day to love?), here are some of my favorite red wines, guaranteed to get your blood flowing and your cheeks flushing.
Drink them alone, or with rare steaks, salumi, or waxy grana cheeses like Parmigiano Reggiano or Pecorino.
Long touted for its affect on stamina and arousal, the Italian libertine Casanova ate chocolate before bedding his conquests. While the jury is still out on the possibility of chocolate being a sexual enhancer-we do know that chocolate tastes great. Just the mention of warm, luscious chocolate lights a fire in most chocolate lover’s hearts.