Shabbat – Heaven on Earth – aish.com

For three millennia, Shabbat has been the Jewish oasis in time. Find out what’s behind this weekly day off. Shabbat is the name for the seventh day of the week. The Torah tells us, “Six days you shall work, and the seventh day is Shabbat, for the Lord your God.” (Deut. 5:13) In Judaism, the other …

Shabbat, Shabbos, Sabbath – aish.com

The Shabbat Project 2015. by Simon Apfel. Around the globe, people are once again joining the biggest global Jewish unity event the world has ever seen.

Candle Lighting Times – Shabbat

Shabbat and candle lighting times for major cities worldwide, plus Shabbat-time calculators based on US / Canadian zip codes and on worldwide coordinate locations.

Shabbat Videos – torahcafe.com

A Day of Rejuvenation (37:13). Shabbat is a day of rest, renewal, and G-d. It is a day to breathe more slowly and take stock of the blessings in our lives.

Shabbat Songs – aish.com

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Shabbat On-the-Go – aish.com

It’s bound to happen. There are going to be times when Shabbat must be spent by choice, or not by choice, away from your home environment. Examples include a hospital stay, hotel, camping, visiting family or friends, and traveling abroad.

A Shabbat Dinner Menu – aish.com

With lots of healthy salads and side dishes. In a large bowl, gently toss together the salmon and crushed hard-boiled eggs. In another bowl, combine bell pepper, cucumber, onion and mayonnaise. Add seasonings and stir to combine. Pour mixture over salmon, add lemon juice, and toss lightly to combine …

Shabbat Salads – aish.com

Enhance your Shabbat menu with one of these low in fat, healthy, fresh salads. Your family and guests will thank you!

Shabbat: A Taste of the World to Come – torahcafe.com

We all know of Shabbat as a day of rest, but in this video Mrs. Slonim goes through the deeper meaning of Shabbat as a homecoming for the soul, as well as many details and interesting facts about this special day.

Shabbat: Imitating Creation – aish.com

Exodus chapter 35 begins with Moses gathering the people, ostensibly to teach them the Torah which he received at Sinai. He begins with the laws of Shabbat.

Shabbat Fun for Kids – aish.com

Tried-and-true ways to make Shabbat great for kids. Let’s face it. Shabbat has a lot of don’ts and can’ts. The challenge for parents is to convey how all the “restrictions” actually open up an exciting new dimension of fun. With the right approach, Shabbat becomes the kids’ favorite day …

Shabbat in One Hour (Or So) – aish.com

Some people make big, elaborate meals for Shabbat and enjoy making one thing every day in preparation for the Friday festivities. Others (like myself), prefer the Thursday-night or Friday-morning whirl of activity.

Laws of Shabbat for Beginners – aish.com

In one breath, God said both, “Guard and remember the Shabbat.”Love of God, time with family, reconnecting with friends and with oneself — all these fulfill the commandment to “remember” Shabbat.

Shabbat in an Hour – aish.com

With an up sized family and a down sized freezer, we count more on preparing for each Shabbat separately. 1. Peel all the vegetables, wash check\debug, line up pots and pans, slice and drop into pots, season and cook.

Why This Jewish Billionaire Keeps Shabbat – aish.com

Adam Neumann, 38, is a young billionaire and considered one of the world’s most promising Israeli business men. Adam told Yediot Acharonot that he’s been keeping Shabbat with his wife and 5 children these past 2 years.

Recipes – aish.com

Shabbat Salads. by Aish.com Staff. Enhance your Shabbat menu with one of these low in fat, healthy, fresh salads. Your family and guests will thank you!

Friday Night 1-2-3 – The Jewish Website – aish.com

The key to a meaningful Shabbat experience is that it shouldn’t feel just like “any other day.” Rather, we want to create a special mood. This means getting dressed up in our nicest (or favorite) clothes, buying or preparing our favorite foods, and setting aside uninterrupted time to reflect and appreciate what our lives are really all about.

Shabbos Talk – aish.com

Excerpted from Angels at the Table: A Practical Guide to Celebrating Shabbat (Continuum 2011). There is a very funny scene in the 1983 Monty Python movie The Meaning of Life in which a man and a woman enter a restaurant and are handed menus that offer them not choices of food, but choices of possible conversational topics instead. As they gaze doubtfully at their menus, their pushy waiter …