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If there are 613 commandments, why were ten commandments specifically given at Sinai?
Every person at your chuppah adds their soul energy—their particular aura and presence to the occasion. And only those who should be there will be there.
Here are our tips for a Shavuot that is both delightful to the soul and pleasant for the person.
Ready to challenge some things you think you always knew? Let's go!
Includes stories, fun games, and delicious treat you make yourself.
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