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Conservative Rabbi - Can a non-Jew say a Jewish prayer for a ...
Answer: Please don't hesitate to pray for strength and hope - using whatever you might find in our tradition. For example, a traditional Jewish expression of ...
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Jewish Wedding Readings (Traditional and Secular) - Weddings
When planning a Jewish wedding, there are many traditional Jewish wedding ... you may be able to incorporate some additional prayers, blessings, or readings.
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Blessing the Children on Shabbat - How to Bless a ... - About Judaism
In many Jewish homes a special blessing is said over the children on Friday evening as ... Traditionally Shabbat includes special blessings that are said over the ...
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Jewish Sabbath Rituals - Judaism's Shabbat - Friday Evening in an ...
After the candles have been lit, many Jews attend Friday night prayer services ... This tradition gently reminds parents to express their love for their children out ...
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Ask the Reform Rabbi - Jewish Prayer for the Sick- Praying to Heal ...
This prayer ("Asher Yatzar" in the more common Sephardic pronunciation) traditionally is recited every day by Jews as an acknowledgement of the miracle of the ...
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Judaism: Why "G-d" Instead of "God"? - About Judaism
Adonai: Among many traditional Jews even the word "adonai" is not spoken outside of prayer services. Because "adonai" is so closely linked to the name of God, ...
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Guardian Angel - Jewish - Prayer - Angels and Miracles at About.com
Different religious traditions have passed different guardian angel prayers down through their histories. ... Here are some traditional prayers from Judaism:.
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Apple and Honey - Rosh HaShanah - The Jewish New Year
This sweet combination stems from an age-old Jewish tradition of eating ... Jews dip apple slices into honey and say a prayer asking God for a sweet New Year.
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How To Celebrate a Traditional Jewish Wedding - Guide to Jewish ...
Virtually experience a traditional Jewish wedding ceremony. This step-by-step guide shows how Jewish weddings are celebrated. ... The Lord's PrayerStevia: TOXIC OR TASTY. Free Judaism Newsletter! Sign Up. You can opt-out at any time.
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How to Light Yahrzeit (Memorial) Candles - About Judaism
These times are when the Yizkor Memorial Prayer Service usually occurs in ... The date of a Yahrzeit is traditionally calculated according to the Hebrew calendar ...
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