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The meaning of Chai in Hebrew

Posted by Yevgeni Kuritski on 21st Jan 2015

Chai is a Hebrew word (translated as ”living” or ”life” due to the fact that in Hebrew, the word ”chaya” means ”living things” or ”animal”) which is part of the more modern Jewish culture. The spel … read more

The significance of "Ana BeKoach"

Posted by Yevgeni Kuritski on 17th Jan 2015

”Ana BeKoach” is an important prayer chanted in the Kaballah.The prayer dates back to the first century and is the product of a Kabalistic rabbi – Rabbi Nehonia. The prayer can also be found in the … read more

The significance of ”Ani ledodo vedodi li”

Posted by Yevgeni Kuritski on 30th Dec 2014

The phrase ”Ani ledodi vedodi li” means ”I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine”. The words originate from the ”Song of Songs” and are believed to be an actual celebration of the bride and groom … read more

Hanukkah food

Posted by Yevgeni Kuritski on 27th Dec 2014

Even though Hanukkah just ended a few days ago, amny people are still left with the traditional food of the holiday. Thus, the present article shall perform a brief presentation of the food eaten thro … read more

Hanukkah traditions

Posted by Yevgeni Kuritski on 23rd Dec 2014

Just like in the case of other holidays there are several traditions which are an emblem of Hanukkah. Thus, the most important traditions on Hanukkah are the following: the lighting of the menorah, … read more