Guardian of life, liberty, and the promise of peace, may our nation always merit Your protection.
The blessing after the reading of haftarah always sanctifies the day on which it is read. Throughout most of the year, that day is Shabbat, but haftarahis also read on the High Holidays. On Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur the text changes from the familiar Shabbat text to refer to the holiday.
The blessing after the reading of haftarah always sanctifies the day on which it is read. Throughout most of the year, that day is Shabbat, but haftarah is also read on the High Holidays.
It is a mitzvah to celebrate in the sukkah. While the Torah instructs us to live in the sukkah for seven days, many choose to only eat meals in the sukkah. When eating or reciting kiddush in the sukkah, recite this blessing:
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Dr. Shana Erenberg defines special needs and talks about the changes she’s seen in her years in the field, including encouraging trends and inclusion.
Dr. Erenberg discusses the importance of addressing the social-emotional needs of children with special needs as well as the need of their parents to be heard and understood.
Dr. Erenberg shares what she believes every parent of a child with special needs should hear, and how the Jewish community can support families with special needs.