Living the Jewish Holidays is an analysis of various traditions and rituals of the Jewish holidays throughout the year, in the hope of providing the reader with an introduction to a deeper and more meaningful practice. Jewish traditions are not meant to simply relive the experiences of our ancestors, but rather, to instill in us the same experience as we live today.
* How is Chanukah connected to the Creation of the world?
* What was the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge in the Garden of Eden?
* Why do we cut a child's hair at three years of age?
Living the Jewish Holidays explores these topics and more in a manner that brings the centuries old traditions to life.
|Author||Moshe Eichhorn, Foreword by Rabbi Yisroel Reisman|
|Dimensions||5.6" x 8.2"|