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A practice in listening. Below is the song transliterated from hebrew into english. Below that is the meditation. See if you can listen to the prayer while practicing this simple meditation. PDF here. Aleinu Dorice’s Thoughts: Traditionally the author of the Aleinu … Read More
A practice in listening. Below is the song transliterated from hebrew into english. Below that is the meditation. See if you can listen to the prayer while practicing this simple meditation. PDF here. Aleinu Dorice’s Thoughts: When I came to america I … Read More
Mitzvah Goreret Mitzvah (one mitzvah leads to another). A week ago, our youth went to the Rose Schnitzer Manor to participate in a multigenerational Chanukah project with the seniors. In addition, we went Chanukah singing in every place where residents gathered. … Read More
Chanukah Blessing! From Dorice’s Weekly Highlights: I love this time a year so much. It is darker early, it is a bit cold, and we gather with our friends and family for a tradition that is over 2,000 years old: to … Read More
I grew up with this prayer being sung in our Kiddush lunch table every Saturday. My father will fill his cup to its fullest, and will sing this song while sitting (while the Kiddush on Friday night he was … Read More
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Friday Night Kiddush To sanctify the Shabbat, Jews all over the world recite or hear the kiddush, the blessing over the wine. In our home we have a silver fountain kiddush set where my husband or my son hold the … Read More
I love that time where I gather my family around the Shabbat candles, I light the candles and then together we recite the blessings. Growing up in an Orthodox household, and being female, I did not go to shul on friday … Read More
Next week I will start a series of Blogs about Shabbat. You will learn the blessings, the rituals, some recipes, and of course songs to sing around the table! Make sure you tune to that—a ton of fun! Mitzvah opportunity … Read More