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The Reality of Death

Death is a difficult and often confusing time for everyone.


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The Reality of Death

Death is a difficult and often confusing time for everyone, but it can be especially challenging for members of the Jewish community who may not know what to do or how to follow traditional practices. That’s why we are raising funds for the production of high-quality, engaging videos on the subject of death and dying in the Jewish community. These videos will cover important topics such as how to treat the body, what is Kaddish and a Chevra Kadisha, and how to navigate the waters of grief. But it’s not just about the practicalities – our videos will also explore the spiritual aspects of death, including whether Jews believe in reincarnation and resurrection of the dead. With the help of experienced producer and director David Jasse, who has worked with networks like CNN, FOX, and CBS, we can ensure that the quality of these programs is on par with what people are used to seeing on TV. Please join us in supporting this holy cause of educating our Jewish brothers and sisters on the subject of death and help bring comfort and understanding to those who are grieving. Together, we can make a difference.

The Torah, the holy book of Judaism, contains a wealth of wisdom and guidance on all aspects of life, including the laws of family purity and the use of the mikveh, or ritual bath. These laws, which regulate the intimate relationships between husbands and wives, have long been viewed as divinely ordained and deeply meaningful by believers. In recent years, however, scientists and psychologists have also begun to recognize the practical benefits of these laws, which can help to regulate fertility, strengthen relationships, and promote physical and emotional well-being.

One of the key benefits of the laws of family purity is their ability to regulate fertility. The menstrual cycle is a complex and poorly understood process, and many couples struggle to conceive due to various hormonal imbalances and other factors. By following the laws of family purity, couples can better understand and predict their fertility patterns, allowing them to take advantage of the times when they are most likely to conceive.

In addition to regulating fertility, the laws of family purity can also help to strengthen relationships between couples. The idea of taking time off from physical intimacy can help to create a sense of anticipation and longing, which can enhance the overall bond between partners. This is especially true in long-term relationships, where the spark of passion can sometimes begin to fade over time. By taking breaks from physical intimacy, couples can rekindle the flame of love and affection, creating a deeper sense of connection and intimacy.

Finally, the laws of family purity can also promote physical and emotional well-being. The menstrual cycle can be a difficult and challenging time for many women, and the added stress of trying to conceive can only exacerbate these difficulties. By following the laws of family purity and taking regular breaks from physical intimacy, couples can alleviate some of this stress and allow their bodies and minds to rest and rejuvenate.

In conclusion, the Torah’s wisdom on the laws of family purity and the use of the mikveh is not only deeply meaningful and divinely ordained, but it is also a practical and effective means of regulating fertility, strengthening relationships, and promoting physical and emotional well-being. It is therefore critical that we continue to fund and support Torah wisdom projects on these important topics, so that more people can benefit from this ancient and enduring source of wisdom and guidance.

The Reality of Cremation

Learn about the Hindu practice of cremation and why Jews are joining in big numbers.

Join Rabbi Elchonon Zohn and a group of experts from around the county and explore why many choose to go up in smoke.

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Jewish Funeral Homes Now Offer cremation

Over 40% of Jews in US Choose Cremation

Cremation in a Hindu Religious Practice

We are currently raising funds on Kickstarter to produce and distribute this documentary, and we need your help to bring this important project to life. Your support will help us share the timeless wisdom of the Torah with Jews around the world and preserve it for future generations.

Looking for insight into the enduring wisdom of the Torah? Look no further than Torah Wisdom. Just watch and join us in preserving and sharing this valuable tradition. Please consider supporting our Kickstarter campaign and be a part of something meaningful and impactful.

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