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Why Do We Say Shabbat Shalom? Why Do We Say Shabbat Shalom?

Why Do We Say Shabbat Shalom?

The deeper Kabbalistic significance of Shabbat.

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Paula Abdul is Keeping Shabbat Paula Abdul is Keeping Shabbat

Paula Abdul is Keeping Shabbat

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Discover why she is part of the upcoming worldwide Shabbat Project.

Shabbat Songs

Shabbat Songs

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Become an expert with these audio and text versions.

The Power of Rest and Reflection The Power of Rest and Reflection

The Power of Rest and Reflection

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Shabbat and taking back control of our time.

The Maccabeats: Cups (Dror Yikra) The Maccabeats: Cups (Dror Yikra)

The Maccabeats: Cups (Dror Yikra)

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Enjoy their latest music video, a Shabbat classic set to the tune popularized by a contemporary film.

Shabbat: Stop, Rest, Enjoy Shabbat: Stop, Rest, Enjoy

Shabbat: Stop, Rest, Enjoy

by BestKindofLIfe.com

Shabbat is a time to refocus your priorities and reengage with family and friends.

Gimme a Break! Gimme a Break!

Gimme a Break!

Contrasting our workday world with the serenity of Shabbat. (90 sec.)

Grace After Meals

Grace After Meals

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Sing along and learn the whole thing!

"Oseh Shalom" - A Prayer for Peace

by Aish.com Staff

Singing about shalom, the most recognizable Hebrew word.

"Mitzvah Gedola" - The Importance of Happiness

by Aish.com Staff

A song by Rabbi Nachman of Breslav for being happy -- all the time.

"Kol Ha'olam Kulo" - Jewish Courage

by Aish.com Staff

Rabbi Nachman of Breslav teaches that the whole world is a narrow bridge, and the main thing is to not to fear.

"Hiney Ma Tov" - Unity

by Aish.com Staff

How good it is to sit together in unity. From Psalms 133:1.

"Ani Ma'min" - Faith in Redemption

by Aish.com Staff

From Maimonides' 13 Principles: The mission of perfecting the world is entirely in our hands.

"Am Yisrael Chai" - Eternal Nation

by Aish.com Staff

The secret to the Jewish people's 4,000-year longevity.