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In these articles, Mishpacha presents a concise view on several central Jewish practices, and their relevance for us today. We invite you to join in the discussion of these ideas and practices in our intimate, ongoing virtual communities.
Mindfulness and gratitude at the table.
How ancient rules can turn eating into a spiritual experience.
The real quality time. A look at the meaning of Sabbath rest, a guide to some traditions, and tips on making it fun for your kids.
Separation anxiety and hydrophobia: How (and why) Judaism makes all the people celibate, some of the time.
Remembrance rituals for the dead that continue long after the initial mourning period comes to a close. Keeping the connection, and celebrating it in a meaningful way.
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