Discussion Guide - Discussion Guide – Jewish House

June 4, 2009
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  1. What makes a home Jewish?
  2. What books are essential to a Jewish home?
  3. When you travel, what Jewish things do you bring with you from home?
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  1. Answers to the three questions:

    1. Nechama – “The Mamma”, Chana – “The Mamma” Sruli – “The fighting” Shira – “Shalom Bayis, when you have Shalom Bayis, you have a Jewish Home.” Shmuel – a. “The Sefarim,” b. “The Herring.” Ima – ” Shabbos Candles. Abba – “The Shabbos.”

    2. Nechama – “Tehilim” Chana – “Kitzur Shulchan Aruch & Shmiras Shabbos K’Hilchasa. Shira – “Siddur” Sruli – “Artscroll Gemara,” ,”Shmuel – “Navi – Shmuel Aleph & Bet,” Ima – Busy Cooking, Abba – Chumash

    3. Nechama – “Jewishness – Pride!”, Chana “Siddur & Kosher food,” Shira – “My family, they are all jewish,” Sruli – “Black hat, you can always borrow Tefilin, Shmueli – “Siddur, Tzitzit, Bentcher & Book to learn & an extra Kippa,” Ima – Negel Vasser cup, Bentcher, dishes..” Abba – “Talis & Tefilin.”

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