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Jewish Holidays, Jewish Lives By Carol Kasser
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Introduces school-age children to Jewish holidays and lifecycle events through stories, poems, crafts and projects
Jewish Holidays, Jewish Lives By Carol Kasser
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JEWISH HOLIDAYS, JEWISH LIVES introduces Hebrew-school age children to Jewish holidays and lifecycle events through poems, stories, crafts, and thought-provoking questions. The aim is not just to... More > help children learn about holidays and lifecycles but to experience them. This is an ideal tool for parents and teachers to use to create an intergenerational, experiential introduction to Jewish life.< Less
Dayenu (My Jewish World) By Natalia Zaretsky
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Manuscript of poetry on Jewish themes and Israel. Poems are not religious, but reflect the traditions and philosophical approach to religious problems.
Dayenu (My Jewish World) By Natalia Zaretsky
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Manuscript of poetry on Jewish themes and Israel. Poems are not religious, but reflect the traditions and philosophical approach to religious problems.
The Poems of Emma Lazarus, Volume 2 Jewish poems: Translations By Emma Lazarus
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Emma Lazarus (July 22, 1849 – November 19, 1887) was an... More > American poet born in New York City.She is best known for "The New Colossus", a sonnet written in 1883; its lines appear inscribed on a bronze plaque in the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty installed in 1903, a decade and a half after Lazarus's death.Lazarus was born into a large Sephardic-Ashkenazi Jewish family, the fourth of seven children of Moses Lazarus and Esther Nathan, The Lazarus family was from Germany, and the Nathan family was originally from Portugal and resident in New York long before the American Revolution. Lazarus's great-great grandmother on her mother's side, Grace Seixas Nathan (born in New York in 1752) was also a poet. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emma_Lazarus< Less
Verbz: Living the Wisdom of the Jewish Proverbs By Len Scrogan
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In his poem, “The Rock”, T.S. Eliot asks three piercing questions: “Where is the life we have lost in living? Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge? Where is the knowledge... More > we have lost in information?” In our crazy-busy app-driven lives these questions become increasingly common. Find a few of the answers in Verbz, a modern, fresh and gutsy take on the Jewish Proverbs and our continual search for the pathway toward ‘living’ wisdom.< Less
Verbz: Living the Wisdom of the Jewish Proverbs By Len Scrogan
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In his poem, “The Rock”, T.S. Eliot asks three piercing questions: “Where is the life we have lost in living? Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge? Where is the knowledge... More > we have lost in information?” In our crazy-busy app-driven lives these questions become increasingly common. Find a few of the answers in Verbz, a modern, fresh and gutsy take on the Jewish Proverbs and our continual search for the pathway toward ‘living’ wisdom.< Less
Jewish Prayers to an Evolutionary God: Science In the Siddur By Joel Yehudah Rutman MD
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Why do we pray? On the one hand, prayer offers us a way to meditate on the knowledge of God and have intimate interaction with a personal creator. And for many Jews, it offers a sense of community... More > and fulfils a need for daily connection with a venerable tradition and language. Yet for many modern Jews, prayer is at best old fashioned—or at worst, no longer necessary. In Jewish Prayers to an Evolutionary God: Science in the Siddur, author Dr. Joel Rutman provides a new way of understanding the existing language of Jewish prayer, and he integrates science with Jewish liturgy—all the while striving to preserve the passion that makes prayer matter. The aim is to enable Jews to daven (pray) with kavanna (intent), trusting that science will not pull the rug out from under their prayer. The poems also continue the ancient tradition of hazzanim (cantors) who author new prayer-poems.< Less
Jewish Prayers to an Evolutionary God: Science in the Siddur By Joel Yehudah Rutman MD
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Why do we pray? On the one hand, prayer offers us a way to meditate on the knowledge of God and have intimate interaction with a personal creator. And for many Jews, it offers a sense of community... More > and fulfils a need for daily connection with a venerable tradition and language. Yet for many modern Jews, prayer is at best old fashioned—or at worst, no longer necessary. In Jewish Prayers to an Evolutionary God: Science in the Siddur, author Dr. Joel Rutman provides a new way of understanding the existing language of Jewish prayer, and he integrates science with Jewish liturgy—all the while striving to preserve the passion that makes prayer matter. The aim is to enable Jews to daven (pray) with kavanna (intent), trusting that science will not pull the rug out from under their prayer. The poems also continue the ancient tradition of hazzanim (cantors) who author new prayer-poems.< Less
Eight Candles of Consciousness: Essays on Jewish Nonviolence By Rabbi Yonassan Gershom
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Rabbi Yonassan Gershom, vegetarian and lifelong pacifist, shares his best anti-war articles, thoughts, poems and memories from 40 years of peace activism. Includes his nonviolent Hanukkah service,... More > "Eight Candles of Consciousness"; his anti-Kahane protest actions in the 1980s; essays on ecology and Judaism; why he supports gay rights; how he became a vegetarian; thoughts, essays, stories, prayers, anecdotes and quotes on peace. A fascinating retrospective, woven together in a personal style that combines good scholarship with easy reading. Accessible to both Jews and Gentiles, this anthology will forever change your ideas about Judaism and nonviolence.< Less

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