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1. Introduction

1. Introduction

Judaism is not merely a body of law. It is a mindset, a way of life.

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2. Six Constant Mitzvot

2. Six Constant Mitzvot

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Living with the reality of God's existence.

3. Women and Mitzvot

3. Women and Mitzvot

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Setting the foundation for Jewish family life.

4. Children and Halacha

4. Children and Halacha

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Rules for raising the next generation.

5. Interpersonal Responsibilities - Part 1

5. Interpersonal Responsibilities - Part 1

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Judaism's golden rule: Love your neighbor as yourself.

6. Interpersonal Responsibilities - Part 2

6. Interpersonal Responsibilities - Part 2

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The nuts and bolts of doing kindness for others.

7. Proper Speech

7. Proper Speech

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Controlling one of humankind's most powerful tools.

8. Honoring Parents

8. Honoring Parents

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In Judaism, every day is Mother's Day and Father's Day.

 9. Financial Laws - Part 1

9. Financial Laws - Part 1

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Appreciating the Torah attitude toward wealth.

10. Financial Laws - Part 2

10. Financial Laws - Part 2

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The Torah view of debts, loans, and employee relations.

11. Financial Laws - Part 3

11. Financial Laws - Part 3

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The Torah view of damages, and how to resolve disputes.

12. Lost and Found

12. Lost and Found

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"Finders keepers, losers weepers" is not a Jewish concept.

13. Daily Prayer: General

13. Daily Prayer: General

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Prayer is our opportunity to speak directly to God.

14. The Daily Prayer Services

14. The Daily Prayer Services

A Jew turns to God in prayer -- morning, afternoon and evening.

15. The Synagogue

15. The Synagogue

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Maximizing the experience in God's house of prayer.

16. Blessings

16. Blessings

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The opportunity to touch base with God dozens of times a day.

17. Tzitzit

17. Tzitzit

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How to gain some meta-physical "fringe" benefits.

18. Tefillin

18. Tefillin

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All about those powerful black boxes, placed on the head and arm.

19. Birth

19. Birth

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Judaism has always valued children, the next generation.

20. Infancy

20. Infancy

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The laws and traditions of the first stage of life.

21. Bar-Bat Mitzvah

21. Bar-Bat Mitzvah

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The Jewish coming-of-age ceremony.

22. Dating

22. Dating

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What to look for in a spouse, and how to find it.

23. Marriage

23. Marriage

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The Jewish way to marital bliss.

24. Death and Burial

24. Death and Burial

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Facing the passage of life with faith and dignity.

25. Mourning (Post-Burial)

25. Mourning (Post-Burial)

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The grieving process explained.

26. Starting the Day

26. Starting the Day

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Halacha guides every moment of our lives. Start your day the Jewish way!

27. Torah Study

27. Torah Study

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For the ‘People of the Book,’ Torah study is our national obsession.

28. Kashrut

28. Kashrut

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All about kosher food. And why keep kosher in the first place?

29. Hygiene

29. Hygiene

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The Jewish way of washing hands, cutting nails, bathing, haircuts and shaving.

30. Clothes

30. Clothes

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What to wear and what not to wear. From Moses, not Paris.

31. Mezuzah

31. Mezuzah

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The complete guide to a Jewish doorpost.

32. The Jewish Garden

32. The Jewish Garden

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Appreciating the plant kingdom as a path to love of God.

33. Land of Israel

33. Land of Israel

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For 4,000 years, Israel has been the Jewish homeland, and the focus of world attention.

34. Travel

34. Travel

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Some journeys are smooth and some are bumpy. It's best to go the Jewish way.

35. Animals and Pets

35. Animals and Pets

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The Jewish way to care for dogs, cats, birds and fish.

36. Shabbat

36. Shabbat

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One of the holiest days, comes around every week.

37. Holidays - Part 1

37. Holidays - Part 1

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An overview of the Jewish year, and all about Passover.

38. Holidays - Part 2

38. Holidays - Part 2

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The Omer, Shavuot, and modern Israeli holidays.

39. Holidays - Part 3

39. Holidays - Part 3

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Tishrei: The High Holidays and Sukkot.

40. Holidays - Part 4

40. Holidays - Part 4

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The rabbinic holidays of Chanukah and Purim.

41. Rabbinic Fast Days

41. Rabbinic Fast Days

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Every world event is a message for the Jewish people and humanity.

42. Tisha B'Av and the Three Weeks

42. Tisha B'Av and the Three Weeks

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Mourning the destruction of the Holy Temple.

43. Rosh Chodesh

43. Rosh Chodesh

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Celebrating the new moon.