This old-world expression speaks to the feeling of plenty, of gratitude, and of simply having enough to eat.
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Honoring my father
My father, z’l, used to ask me every Sunday when I was in college, “Are you getting enough to eat?” He was concerned because he often went hungry when he was in school in the “old country.”
His life was dedicated to strengthening the Jewish people. He built a world-famous Judaica library. He read Torah. He wrote books. He taught Israeli literature; Agnon was a favorite. And he sat next to me, evening after evening, to give me a foundation in Hebrew.My father’s yahrzeit is in October. So I think of him even more than usual at this time of year.
Sharing love of tradition
With JewishHolidaysInABox.com, I want to do my small part to pass along some of this love of tradition. We want to inspire you, reduce your stress, and give you the confidence and the tools to discover what works best for your family.
We want to help you build traditions that you – and your children and your children’s children – will remember with joy and laughter.
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