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For Non-Jews on Judaism, Part 3

This is the third and final installment in my crowd-sourced series where Jewish people share things we wish non-Jews understood. In the previous two articles in the series, we covered things like Chanukah, horns, antisemitism and the wide variety of belief within Judaism. In this article, we’ll get songs stuck in your head, make you are of the Jewish disdain for the phrase, “Judeo-Christian” and point out that Judaism is its own whole set of beliefs independent of other religions.

Prioritize a Weekly “Sabbath” to Rest and Renew from Your Labors

This Labor Day Weekend, I’m committing to enjoying a “Sabbath” on a weekly basis throughout the year.

Stillness and Snow Days

But overnight, unexpectedly, the heavens opened – not with the drizzle that we know so well in the Pacific Northwest, but with the gift of snow.

On the Seventh Day Amazon Worked

On the seventh day God rested. At Amazon, they don’t rest at all. They have to work and work and work.

Why the Sabbath is important

In the Bible God created the world in six days, found it good and very good, and rested on the seventh day, the Sabbath. Jesus would take private time in the wilderness. Gandhi would spend one day a week in silence. All of us need time to spend in solitude, within ourselves to rejuvenate and recharge our batteries.

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