Friday, September 25, 2009

This High Holy Day Season be Inspired

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We want to take this opportunity to wish you a Shana Tova U'metuka (A Sweet New Year). May it be a year of health, happiness and a year of peace for the Jewish people and the whole world.

This High Holy Day Season be Inspired!

The movie “One of the 36” is the story of a rabbi and an intellectual of a caliber unequalled to this day, describing the life of a true saint while emphasizing that every human being, regardless of religious inclination, may achieve this same lofty spiritual fulfillment."One of the 36" is now available online for FREE on only until Oct. 4th.
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Don't miss this inspiring movie about this incredible individual
"One of the 36" is Produced by Moshe Alafi and Directed by Itzhak Halutzi"The compelling story of Judaism's Mahatma Gandhi - a saintly rabbi who stood up to the might of the British Empire in Palestine armed only with love and non-violence." - Gil Zohar, Chicago Jewish Star
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Get Ready for Holiest of Days

Enjoy this classic music mix of Kol Nidre - the prayer recited in the synagogue at the beginning of the evening service on the Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur). Be patient, the kol nidre prayer starts at around 1 minute into the video.
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Get in the Spirit for Prayer!
Listen to this great song called prayer sung by Ofra Haza.
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Remembering the Yom Kippur War
See this short documentary film about the Yom Kippur war, fought in 1973, and be reminded of the miracles that we must be thankful for that G-d has performed for us even in modern times.
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Join Our Newest Website -
In our efforts to provide unique social media environments for the Jewish community, we recently launched Twoozer, the Jewish twitter. Come join the conversation and twooze with us today.
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Wishing you a happy and healthy new year.
--The Wejew Team

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