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HOW TO CHOOSE ONE’S LULAV

HOW TO CHOOSE ONE’S LULAV

Every day of the holiday of Sukkot (except on Shabbat), we have the Mitzvah to take “the Four Species”: a Lulav (a date palm branch), an Etrog (a lemon),...

Objectives for The New Year

Objectives for The New Year

Monday October 12th, 2020

“True repentance can only be accomplished if one focuses on the point of truth located in one’s heart” (Rav Dessler). To help one’s to prepare...

Selichot

Selichot

Sunday October 11th, 2020

Once a year, we read a prayer of supplication and request for forgiveness to Hashem called the Selichot. It is read early every morning and the Sephardim start reading...

Reminders for Rosh Chodesh - Your Printable Practical Guide

Reminders for Rosh Chodesh - Your Printable Practical Guide

Sunday May 24th, 2020

Rosh Chodesh means « the head of the month ». We celebrate the beginning of a new lunar month for one or two days every month. The Torah-Box team presents...

Bedikat Chametz

Bedikat Chametz

Your Printable Practical Guide - The Torah-Box Team

On the 14th of Nissan, when the stars come out, when we have finished cleaning our house(s), car(s), office(s), we have to check that these are all in fact free from...

Timeline of The Jewish People

Timeline of The Jewish People

Your Printable Practical Guide - The Torah-Box Team

The history of the Jewish People from the Creation of the world to our days. A table provided by the Torah-Box team. Your Printable Document Here: 

Passover Checklist

Passover Checklist

Your Printable Practical Guide - The Torah-Box Team

Useful! A list of places to clean before Passover. Will it be husband or wife who will have participated the most in this holy task? Let’s tick the boxes…

Seder Tu B'Shvat

Seder Tu B'Shvat

The Torah-Box Team

Tu B'Shvat means “the 15th (of the month) of Shvat”, and it is the “New Year for the trees”. It is the time when the sap moves up the tree before...

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