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From Tea Lattes to Talmud: Creating Spiritual Coziness Between Holidays
From Tea Lattes to Talmud: Creating Spiritual Coziness Between Holidays

by Kolbo fine judaica gallery Admin November 18, 2019

As the warm weather recedes and is replaced by quintessential fall days, early sunsets and frosty mornings, many of us feel a sense of loss. We are already nostalgic for those long summer afternoons, the barbeque heating up and the sound of kids’ voices as they chase each other along the beach. American culture’s answer to this seasonal despondency is potatoes. A lot of potatoes, preferably served next to a lovely roast turkey and cranberry crumble. Comfort food, expressing gratitude, and getting cozy together as the winter approaches are wonderful antidotes to the sadness of saying goodbye to summer. 

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Staff Picks: Honey and Apple Set Roundup
Staff Picks: Honey and Apple Set Roundup

by Kolbo fine judaica gallery Admin September 15, 2019

Autumn is nearly here, and with that, the holiday season is upon us. We mean apple season, of course. Just kidding (mostly)! But Rosh Hashanah and apples do go hand in hand: During the Jewish New Year, we dip apples

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Welcoming Elul: A Spiritual Check-Up
Welcoming Elul: A Spiritual Check-Up

by Kolbo fine judaica gallery Admin August 30, 2019

What does it truly mean to take account of one’s soul? One way to understand it is searching within ourselves to find our deepest truths, beliefs, and alignments, and making sure that our actions are in step with them. In other words, it means beginning the work that will lead us to releasing the tensions, in

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Our Soul Remembers: Finding Hope on Tisha B'Av
Our Soul Remembers: Finding Hope on Tisha B'Av

by Kolbo fine judaica gallery Admin August 10, 2019

On the Ninth of Av, the anniversary of the destruction of both ancient temples, the Western Wall—now the last fragment of what was once a grand and welcoming home shared by G-d and humankind—is awash with mourners, gathering to read the book of Lamentations. 

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