Everyone knows that Yom Kippur is the holiest day of the Jewish Year, but did you know that the Talmud lists it as one of the top two happiest? How can a day that deals with such heavy themes as sin and atonement be celebrated with so much joy? That is for sure Stuff Jews Should Know!
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What do Jews do between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur? The answer to that question could impact your entire year!
Join Mottle and Batya on this new episode of Stuff Jews Should Know for a fun, light hearted, and personal exploration of the Ten Days of Repentance.
Often referred to as the Jewish Valentine’s Day, Tu b’Av is the Jewish Holiday of Love. How does Judaism view a holiday dedicated to love? Batya and Mottle explain the origins the ancient celebrations, and the modern revival of this holiday that you may have never heard of.