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Monday, April 20, 2015

"The Kabbalah of Time"

Friday, March 8, 2013

Cabala do Tempo

Book of the Month of Nissan



Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi, the Alter Rebbe, famously stated that we must "live with the times," thereby experiencing the teachings of the Torah related to each week of the year. Similar to the zodiac, where every month has its own symbolism, every week of the Jewish calendar also has a unique meaning. 

Kahane and Wainer explain that the calendar is the master key to unlock the hidden rationale behind the formal structure of ancient sacred texts, as well as to understand basic mystical concepts. When comprehended within the context of the Jewish calendar, these works reveal the spiritual energy of each week, serving as a practical guide for self-analysis and development.

During this annual journey, we will learn to live with greater harmony, happiness and gratitude by learning from the Kabbalah, from age-old Jewish ethical teachings, and even from animals. The objective is to make the reader be in touch with the spiritual powers of each week, thereby improving one’s daily conduct and rediscovering the universal song within each one of us: the song of the soul.

Friday, August 5, 2011

Shabbat Chazon

B"H

The Kaballah teaches us that during the entire month of Tammuz, we're meant to work on our sense of vision. Tonight is the Shabat before Tisha B'Av, which is called "Shabat Chazon," the "Shabat of Vision." It is named after the Haftorah, which is about the vision of the Prophet Isaiah of the destruction of the Second Temple. On a more positive note, Rabbi Levi Yitzchak of Berditschek states that on this Shabat every Jew has a vision of the Third Temple, that will be rebuilt. Even though very few actually can see this vision, the Rebbe explains that even if we don't see it, our soul does, and it has a big impact on us nonetheless.
It is important to work on our sense of vision, so that in everything we see, including ourselves, we see a potential "Temple." After all, the whole idea behind Creation is to make each one of us, and the entire world, into a Temple, a dwelling place for God.
Ultimately, that is the idea of our site, "Modern Jewish Home." To bring meaning and to beautify our world, starting with our own homes and with our own souls. If we realize that each one of us is a home, a place for God, we can rebuild this world into a much more just, more spiritual, and more beautiful place... the way it was supposed to be from the very beginning.

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Getting Ready for Hanukah!

Check out a few of our beautiful selection of menorahs!







Click here to see our complete Chanukah inventory!

Monday, October 11, 2010

Book of the Month of October: Seasons for Celebration

'Seasons for Celebrations' 'A Contemporary Guide to Joys, Practices and Traditions of the Jewish Holidays.'

By Karen Fox and Phyllis Miller.


To purchase a copy of the book, click here .

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Book of the Month of September:
Rebbe Nachman and the Knights of the Rosh HaShanah Table

Written by Debbie Shapiro, "Rebbe Nachman and the Knights of the Rosh HaShanah Table", recounts awe inspiring stories about those who braved the journey and made it to Uman for Rosh HaShanah and the impact of their trip.

This is a beautiful and soul-energizing book that will get you in the right mood for the new year! SHANA TOVA and may we all be inscribed in the book of life!

To purchase a copy for $15 click here

Monday, August 23, 2010

Rosh Hashana BLOWOUT SALE

Rosh Hashana is just around the corner!
This is the time to show your loved ones that you care.
To show you that we care,
Modern Jewish Home is running a site wide 10% off blowout sale -
just type ROSHHASHANA during checkout for 10% off your purchase!
We have put together a few ideas of gifts with symbols of a prosperous new year such as the shofar, apple & honey, pomegranate, and dove that range from $15-$120.
May we all be inscribed and sealed for a happy & sweet new year.

Rimon Honey Bowl (Made in Israel by renowned artist Adi Sidler): $54

Bee Honey Dish: $45

Rimon Wineglass & Saucer: $39

Holiday Puzzles (Set of 4): $29.99

Gold Shofar Pendant: $99

Pomegranate Blessings Print: $72

Machzor for Rosh Hashana: $22.49

Natural Ram's Horn (Kosher & from Israel): $39

Black Polished Ram's Horn (Kosher & from Israel): $32

Rimon Candleholder (Made in Israel): $36

Honey Apple Sack (Made in Israel): $32

New Year Tree (Hebrew & English): $120

Shofar Blowing Puzzle: $15

Dangling Dove Earrings: $54

Apple & Honey Dish: $79 This is one of our best sellers!!

Rebbe Nachman & the Knights of the Rosh Hashanah Table: $15

Jerusalem Shofar Stand (By judaica artist Yair Emanuel): $40

Pomegranate Kiddush Cup (By judaica artist Shraga Landesman): $120

Tilted Honey Dish (Available in different colors): $49

Red Apple Honey Dish: $36