Kabbalah Explained

KABBALAH: LESSONS IN INTEGRAL MYTHOLOGY Part One You should want all that is yours, seeking and obtaining it, overcoming every obstacle. You should not want more than is yours, because that is covetousness and injustice. You should not want less than is yours because that is injustice and neglect. This teaching is important. It stands … Read more

Best Gifts for a Bat Mitzah

A Jewish girl celebrates her Bat Mitzah at the age of twelve, and it is usual to offer a Bat Mitzah gift to celebrate her coming of age. Interestingly it wasn’t until 1922 that the first Bat Mitzah was recognized to balance a Jewish boys Bar Mitzah. You can choose a specific Bat Mitzah gift … Read more

Kabbalah Revealed

Kabbalah can be difficult to explain due to its complexities and the tradition from which it originated. The history of Kabbalah is steeped in Jewish lore and has evolved in many different directions through Rabbinical writings and has even been used as a basis for many occultic belief systems that have departed from the original … Read more

Abrahams Seed

The phrase, “Abraham’s seed” tends to bring to mind the vast number of people born to both Abraham and his descendants. However, in reading the following verse, we see that when God made His covenant with Abraham, He did not say seeds, but rather He used the word: seed. The singular, not the plural, and … Read more

Rosh Hashanah Fall Crafts for Kids

Rosh Hashanah is the first of the High Holy Days.  Literally meaning the “Head of the Year”, Rosh Hashanah is a time adults embark on a personal path of repentance.  The holiday is deeply meaningful and a perfect time for parents to teach their children about Jewish customs and share fun activities. One of the … Read more

Moses, his life and significance

“And there has not arisen a prophet since in Israel like Moses, whom the Lord knew face to face, none like him for all the signs and the wonders that the Lord sent him to do in the land of Egypt, to Pharaoh and to all his servants and to all his land, and for … Read more

The Principles of Faith in Judaism

Faith in Judaism dates back more than 2,000 years when Jews were in the throes of bondage in Egypt, extending throughout the period after the exodus and their biblical and historical struggles in the wilderness where God had revealed His supernatural power and abiding love for those whose ultimate settlement in a strange land was … Read more