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Teshuva (tih-shoo-vah) — 1) lit., Return; usually describes the process of becoming religiously observant after having lived a non-observant life 2) lit., Answer; “answer” to a question of Jewish law
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Customs (Minhag): Adopting
Adopting Customs (Minhag) If You Are Newly Observant (Ba'al Teshuva)
A newly observant Jew ( ba’al teshuva ) may: Follow...
Yahrzeit: Fasting
Fasting on Yahrzeit of Parents
It is a good custom (but not halacha ) to fast on the yahrzeit of...
Peace in the Home (Shalom Bayit)
Shalom Bayit: Non-Observant Parents and In-Laws
Ba'alei teshuva often have problems with issues of kashrut...
Introduction to Yom Kippur
Introduction to Yom Kippur
Yom Kippur is the Day of Atonement. In ancient times, it was more...

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