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Your Printable Practical Guide

Hafrashat Challa

Hafrashat Challa

Three Mitzvot are reserved for women: lighting Shabbat candles, the laws of family purityand separating a piece of dough when baking bread, known as Challa. The Sefer...

Peot - Your Printable Practical Guide

Peot - Your Printable Practical Guide

The Torah-Box Team

« Do not trim the ends of your hair, and do not shave the corners of your beard. » (Vayikra 19, 27)

When to Go to the Cemetery? - Your Printable Guide

When to Go to the Cemetery? - Your Printable Guide

The Torah-Box Team

When to Go to the Cemetery Permitted / Forbidden Who can visit a cemetery? When? There are so many doubts, good and unfounded customs...regarding the idea of going to...

Objectives for The New Year

Objectives for The New Year

“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

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...

Motzi And Mezonot

Motzi And Mezonot

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Depending on the quantity and type of bread consumed, it is necessary to recite a different initial and final blessing. The Torah-Box team offers you a practical sheet...

List of Blessings

List of Blessings

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The Torah-Box team presents you with a beautiful list of blessings that our Sages have instituted to be recited on different occasions. 

Kriat Shema Al Hamita (to recite at bedtime)

Kriat Shema Al Hamita (to recite at bedtime)

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The last five minutes of consciousness of our day determine what we will dream at night. Our night determines to a large extent our next day. 

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