History, Food and Celebration: A Novice’s Guide to Sukkot

Taking place just five days after Yom Kippur, Sukkot is one of the three great pilgrimage festivals in the Jewish calendar. Originally celebrated to signify the end of the Autumn harvest, the scripture reinterpreted this holiday to coincide with Jewish beliefs, leading to millions of Jews celebrating their ancestors and …

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Some Things You Should Know About Jewish Beliefs And Superstitions

Superstition has existed almost since humanity, and during that time, people in all parts of the world believed in almost unthinkable scenarios about what would happen if we did not follow certain rules. Today, we know that it’s actually nothing more than the acceptance of unfounded beliefs and practices and …

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