In preparation for the Shabbos Project Shabbat.com has released a comprehensive upgrade to the inviting and host request functionality. Hosts have a newly designed and intuitive invites dashboard to manage all invites and weekly guest lists. Guests can manage their invites on their new page as well. Both are accessible via http://www.shabbat.com/invites All invites and host requests… Read More …
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David goes to great lengths to see Sarah F again. Meanwhile Ben faces his first conflict between work and faith. You can join us in creating episode four by making a tax deductible donation here: https://www.jenla.org/soonbyyou
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If we were to take a vote on the most popular decoration in Sukkahs around the world, the winner probably would be… paper chains. Hung from the roof beams and walls, they definitely lend a touch of authenticity to your Sukkah decor. But here’s a eco-friendly twist on DIY paper chains that is free and… Read More …
Rav Ahron Kotler ztl presented Klal Yisrael with such a beneficial insight concerning the essence and the atonement of Yom Kippur. The Sefer Yetzirah writes of a parallel between three major categories: time, space, and soul. Just as we find that the holiest space on earth was that of the Bais Hamikdash, so to in the… Read More …