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Good Health Blessings

Self isolation is a bummer! Will 20% off cheer you up? We know that we are all living in really difficult times. We are all keeping our distance from each other in an effort to stop this virus. We are thinking about all those who are self isolating for an unforeseeable amount of time, those […]

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TZEDAKAH Although the word ‘tzedakah’ is usually translated as ‘charity’, the root of the word is ‘Tzedek’ which means ‘justice”. In the Jewish tradition, charity is only one aspect of tzedakah, which includes truthfulness, uprightness, honesty, righteousness and justice. Tzedakah is more than charity: it is an obligation, whereas charity is understood as an act […]

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Tu B’Shevat!

Tu B'Shevat

Happy Tu B’Shevat! It’s still snowing here in Massachusetts so it’s hard to celebrate the Jewish New Year for trees by actually planting a tree. So I did the next best thing and bought flowers to brighten up our lives! One Tu B’Shevat custom that I especially like is to eat a new fruit on […]

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Caspi Cards Hanukkah

Gifts for Hanukkah by Mickie Caspi

Caspi Cards Hanukkah – Mickie has created a beautiful line of artwork using giclée printing technology to bring you Personalized Lovers Gifts and Custom Baby Gifts. These custom giclée prints are fully customizable and specifically designed to be shared and given as a truly one-of-a-kind personalized gift. Browse through the galleries to find wonderful gifts for weddings, […]

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Wedding Rituals

09-1 Beloveds Ketubah by Mickie Caspi Humanist text for secular, interfaith or non-Jewish wedding rituals

Wedding Rituals differ by culture, country and customs. According to the NY Times, a “traditional Indian wedding can last days, and rituals include the bride kicking over a pot of rice and dance competitions between Team Bride and Team Groom.” Further, the Times reports that part of the ritual includes the bride and groom circling […]