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A traditional part of the Jewish wedding ceremony is the groom breaking a wine glass with his foot
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By Rena Neiger, Special To The Dayton Jewish Observer “It is not good for a person to be alone” is the first statement in the Torah about human nature, Beth Abraham Synagogue’s Rabbi Joshua Ginsberg says. “The Kabalah teaches that two parts of the wedding couple are plag neshamata, or

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By Masada Siegel, Special To The Dayton Jewish Observer Mazel tov to you, bride to be! You might have been waiting for this day for a long time and finally it has arrived. Get ready for your entire world to change, because with the word “yes,” the whirlwind of happy,

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By Pearl Salkin, Special To The Dayton Jewish Observer Planning a child’s Bar or Bat Mitzvah celebration can be a rough roller coaster ride that requires a lot of antacid pills and a truckload of patience. But that terrific and somewhat terrifying experience is just basic training for the real

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By Helen Zegerman Schwimmer, Special To The Dayton Jewish Observer Lilly Friedman doesn’t remember the last name of the woman who designed and sewed the wedding gown she wore when she walked down the aisle more than 60 years ago. But the grandmother of seven does recall that when she

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