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Shalom, Friends! For almost two years, I have been observing time using what is called the Pre-Exilic Calendar. {I am using the term 'pre-exilic' to identify the time where cultural practices were kept prior to Babylonian captivity. You can refer to my blog post, Understanding the...

We follow a parsha schedule reading when reading through the Torah during our homeschool and Sabbath lessons. Each week before we begin reading, we learn the name of the passage, write it in Hebrew, and then translate the meaning. Sometimes, the actual (or the literal)...

During the week of Unleavened Bread, Firstfruits occurs. Traditionally, it rests on the day after the Sabbath, Day 1 (or Sunday). As the story goes, there are 7 weeks (from the Sabbath) to count and the next day (Day 1) becomes the Feast of Weeks...

In just a week or so, many will  prepare to observe Passover/Pesach (פסח)! Every year prior to the Feast, we re-read the story, study the life of the ancient Israelites, and complete crafts, activities, and make recipes as we get ready. My sons are already familiar...