Welcome to Havel-Havalim, the Lots of Latkes Edition – otherwise known as number 294. First, an introduction:
Founded by Soccer Dad, Haveil Havalim is a carnival of Jewish blogs — a weekly collection of Jewish & Israeli blog highlights, tidbits and points of interest collected from blogs all around the world. It’s hosted by different bloggers each week and coordinated by Jack. The term ‘Haveil Havalim,’ which means “Vanity of Vanities,” is from Qoheleth, (Ecclesiastes) which was written by King Solomon. King Solomon built the Holy Temple in Jerusalem and later on got all bogged down in materialism and other ‘excesses’ and realized that it was nothing but ‘hevel,’ or in English, ‘vanity.
Elise shares some Chanukah music here
Esser Agoroth writes about lighting Chanukah candles outside.
about Chanukah and Jpix.
Chabad Lubavitch posts about an ancient
olive press in Israel.
Letters of thought muses about Matisyahu’s new song, and thinks he is missing
Rabbi Oliver posts about the two types
of kindness. He also shares with us how the Avos
prepared us to receive the Torah.
Joshua Waxman at the parsha blog has an interesting post about an old fashioned reasoning for dreams.
Isramom brings our attention to a discussion about the changing
of women’s roles in Orthodox Judaism.
CosmicX posts about fasting and praying
for rain, and about another’s journey
through the shidduch world.
Jewish Israel posts about missionary
work in Israel.
Elise shares with us a special
story of inclusion.
Esser Agoroth posts about the Israeli
media’s political correctness.
Batya compares Bibi Netanyahu’s recent actions to an old game show
Jewish Parenting: (This category was suggested by last week’s host, and I agree with her….)
Mrs. S. mulls over the decision over whether to send her teenager on the trip to Poland
Batya over at Meander posts about abuse
in the religious community.
Batya shares with us her adventure
, looking for the WC .
Joshua Waxman writes about Yosef
Benji’s back in town, and making us laugh
Batya at meander posts about Chanukah being the assimilated
Jew’s last stand.