February 22, 2017

About Rosh Hashana: Entertainment & Resources

This was originally posted in 2011 and I decided to recirculate it because the information is still so useful!

About Rosh Hashana: Entertainment & Resources

As we enter the Jewish Holiday season of Rosh Hashana (the Jewish New Year), Yom Kippor and Sukkot, I thought it might be helpful to have some educational as well as entertaining resources at your fingertips.  Here’s a list of some of the top websites where you can read up on the significance of the Jewish Holidays, where you can find some practical guidance and guidelines for the festival days, and where you can find some entertaining You Tube videos as well.

These sites deal with basic questions like ‘what is Rosh Hashana‘ as well as more complex issues such as ‘preparing for a three day yontif’ and the videos are musical, comical and uplifting!

Of course, all of these resources are FREE!

Educational Jewish Websites

Here are some of the leading outreach and educational websites about Judaism and the upcoming Jewish Holidays.

Chabad.org In addition to tons of mulit-media educational material you can also find high holiday/synagogue services around the world at this site!  You can also get some free Rosh Hashana e-cards here as well.

Partners in Torah Some of the best people work here (my friends!)

National Jewish Outreach Program Jewish Treats Guide To Rosh Hashana

Aish.com You can find great articles like a beginners Rosh Hashana Q&A as well as a Rosh Hashana eBook available for free

Ohr Naava Founders of the Days to Disonnect Campaign

Project Inspire Authors of The Road Home and IProd videos.  Many more videos can be found here as well!

Rosh Hashana YouTube Videos 

Newest 2012 Aish.com video What Makes Rosh Hashana Beautiful

Fountainheads Dip Your Apple

Rosh Hashana Rock Anthem  Rosh Hashana Rocks the House in this video!

The Rosh Hashana Song/Soul Bigger  the Companion to I’ve Got a Feeling/The Shabbat Song

Rosh Hashana Hannah OK, she’s a puppet but she’ll get your kids dancing!

Shalom Sesame Joke  I guarantee your kids will laugh at this one!

JewintheCity  Apple iDip !

Click here to read my post about where to find the best Kosher Recipes for the Jewish Holidays  – most of them FREE.

Wishing all my readers new and old a Happy & Sweet New Year.  May you be signed and sealed in the book of life and health!

 

Yom Kippur 2011: Fast Easier with Easy Fast Pills

Yom Kippur 2011: Fast Easier with Easy Fast Vitamins

The Jewish holy day, Yom Kippur 2011, begins this coming Friday night, October 7th and ends at sundown Saturday, October 8th.

For those who will be fasting on Yom Kippur, especially pregnant and nursing mothers, here are some helpful Kosher vitamin pills you can take the day before the fast that significantly help you fast easier.  I have taken them the last few times I fasted and they have made a very big difference in how sick and weak I feel.

The pills are called Easy Fast/Tzom Kal (in Hebrew) and can be found in most pharmacies in the US who cater to the Jewish/Kosher population.   Tzom Kal, manufactured by the famous Menta Clinic in Israel is available in the USA at local Health Food stores and Supermarkets – in 4 separate formulas.

You can order them online at: yeladimvitamins.com,or by phone at: Ratio Health 1-888-34-RATIO, offering FREE DELIVERY in the USA.
For wholesale call: (845) 371-9114.

The tablets are made from 100 % All-Natural Ingredients, Certified KOSHER (Badatz-Jerusalem), helps retain bodily fluids, Eliminates nausea, hunger cramps, headaches & dizziness that normally come with fasting, Increases energy, focus & concentration.  The tablets formulated for nursing moms increase milk supply and the ones for pregnant women are said to help ease contractions. 

All Natural Ingredients:
Ginger, Guarana, Liquirtia, Synapis, Calamus, Caryophillum, Urmus, Ginseng, Zingiber Officinale; Majorana Hortensis; Sinapis Arvenis; Calcium; Caryophyllus Aromaticus, Maltodextrin, Talcum, Paullinia Cupana, Panax Ginseng, Passiflora Incanate, Gentiana Draco

Recommended Usage:
2 Tablets to be taken before the fast with plenty of water

Food Sensitivity:
A safe, all-natural herbal fasting product with NO SIDE-EFFECTS

Disclaimers:
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Wishing all my readers an easy and meaningful fast this Yom Kippur.