Pages tagged with Jewish

The New Year's Eve celebration is a moment of the most eagerly awaited of people around the world, especially for groups of young children. On New Year's Eve of course the people of the city on the agenda generally celebrated on a large scale. But most people also do not perform at th...
The Holidays do not always mean the same to those of us who are gay. To some of us is a celebration of family unity and love. To others is a piercing, painful memory of family’s prejudices, religion righteousness, pain, despair and suicidal thoughts because our own families made us ...
There was once a German who never ceased to be impressed with the Israelis' achievements - particularly their military success. After the six-day war in 1967, he just could not stop singing the praises of the "wonderful Israelis" In 1973, after the Yom-Kippur-War, he was even more imp...
Devotionals are a great way to start the day, a great addition to that first cup of coffee. Today, have you a change of heart to do the right thing? If not, find out what kind of heart Yahwah (God) needs to support you.
When does the year really begin? What is the First Month and New Year's Day?
A reflection on a speech made by Vaclav Havel the atheist poet and former President of the Czech Republic in which he denounced the godless civilization. A surprising point on view for an atheist? Not really, few of us older hands take the binary view of younger, more militant atheist...
This is a review of The Book Thief. The Book Thief searches to explain the duality of human beings and words their ability to display amazing love, kindness, and mercy, while simultaneously being instruments of evil.
(About Elvis Presley's ancestry blood line) Friends, did you know about Elvis Presley's ancestry? I have been doing some researching. Let me say it in a poetic story form here. I will want to add more info to this later but this is just to begin. The title reflects how I feel about E...
This is a very short essay on the meaning of truth and logic in philosophy
In Adrienne Rich's life and writing, we can trace a mini history of women in the 20th century. Her writing clarified the need for women to define themselves on their own terms.
Have you heard of the the 4th Commandment: Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy? For those of you who are familiar with the Commandment regarding the Sabbath, do you really understand what it means? It is time to learn what it means, and what it means about when to worship God.
French gunman set to attack again this Friday, after recently attacking a Jewish school!
Determining the pitfalls of cultural differences in marriage outside of your faith
East Meets West: The prayers are the common bond we all have, and we just need to share it with all. The prayers are the language not of the words, but the hearts, and hearts do not have narrowness of the mind. This is what helps and makes east meet west. It is based on my research wo...
A short poem which describes world war as being near, and about how spiritual merits protect from fear
When you read the Bible, either the Old Testament or the New Testament, you discover that God has a special concern and love for the Jewish people.
When you read the Bible, either the Old Testament or the New Testament, you discover that God has a special concern and love for the Jewish people.
And here's another story about the last war. Ironic, but she associated with men’s appearance - wearing a beard...
Coming as close as possible to the true story of Sidney Reilly, who was called the Ace of Spies
Yiddish is a Germanic language with about three million speakers worldwide, primarily Ashkenazic Jews (the Jews of Central and Eastern Europe and their descendants), in the US, Israel, Russia, Ukraine and many other countries.
Famous People who Died On December 14th George Washington, Roger Maris, Arthur Treacher
Jesus Christ, as a boy, played games with other children. The evidences of his playing are quite interesting. As humans we play many games on this global ground.
This article explores the various Jewish sects in the First Century BCE.
Have you grown up in a family of blind faith followers? Don't like to take for granted what you've been preached to all your life? Sort of believe in God but don't believe in everything you're told about your religion? Well, read on, maybe you agree with me...
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