Happy Mother’s day 2016!


In Judaism we don’t celebrate Mother’s Day as we strongly believe mothers should be celebrated everyday. Being a mother is looked upon as the most sacred job in our culture. It’s the ultimate goal of a Jewish girl growing up.  The mother is revered and looked upon as the princess and mainstay of a Jewish home. She sets the tone in the house. When I, as the mother am irritated, the whole house becomes irritated. When I smile when my kids come home, they are happy and the atmosphere is one of love. When I wake them up in the morning with a good word, their whole day starts off on the right foot. It’s a big responsibility. I don’t always succeed, far from it. I am human and I have some days where I wake up tired, when I have no patience to deal with their issues. But I…

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