We're now just over half way through the major Jewish Holiday season with Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur behind us, looking forward after Shabbat to Succot and Simchat Torah. This is not the season to diet or obsess over it, unless you have serious medical reasons. Even two fast days, for the more religiously observant, can't counteract the feasts and hours standing or sitting in synagogue, or snoozing wherever.
Read what Jewish bloggers are writing, comment and share, too. Think of blogs as free internet magazines. In many blogs you'll get information that isn't on the mainstream media. By reading blogs, you'll also have the opportunity to meet some fascinating people and learn of their lives. If you'd like to recommend other blogs to me, please send me the links in the comments here, thanks.
As usual, I'm just posting the titles, with embedded links. I hope that perks your interest in reading the posts. Please comment and share, thanks.
I'm not responsible for the content of the posts included in this blog roundup.
THANKFUL, THOUGHTFUL, THRIVING….
Yom Kippur in Jerusalem with Avinu Malkeinu
During the Worst of Times, the Best of Times: Live Like You Were Dying
Davening, Fast and Slow (Derashah for Yom Kippur 5779)
September Jewish Book Carnival
Oslo Accords Never Could have brought Peace
KEEPING TOURISTS IN THE DARK
Pre-Yom Kippur Yom Iyyun in Matan
A Thought about Yom Kippur
Pre/Post Yom Kippur Meal
Praying for a Year of Health, Healing, and Happiness
Yom Kippur Report 2018
#MomLife: Yom Kippur Edition
NEILA – Locked in with G-d
Jonathan Sacks – Emotional Intelligence
Interesting Psak: buying lulavs from Gaza
Betarim Recall Amatzia
Zionism and Ari Fuld