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What is the procedure for the "bedekenish" ceremony?

The groom is escorted to the bridal reception room, in the same manner as he is escorted to the chupah, and he covers his bride’s face with a veil....

The Kabbalah of Love: Part Two

(Click here to read 'The Kabbalah of Love: Part One'.) Do you long for love? Most of us do. The intimate touch of another soul is the...

The Kabbalah of Love: Part One

Intimate Love. What feelings do these words stir up in you? Longing? Excitement? Pleasure? Fear? Whatever the feeling, if thinking about intimate love...

Are Jewish men considered the head of the household?

Rabbi Shlomo Chein: Welcome. I'll be with you in a moment...what's on your mind?seeking_equality: shalomRabbi Shlomo Chein: hiseeking_equality: Are...

Is a woman allowed to go to the mikvah on Friday night?

Rabbi Yossi Turk: Bienvenidos Welcome. Un minuto ya lo atiendo. I'll be with you in a moment...Janine: is a woman allowed to go to the mikvah friday...

Is it ok to make a wedding on any date?

Throughout the cycle of the Hebrew calendar, not every day is sanctioned for the momentous celebration of a Jewish marriage ceremony. As much as the...

Spare the Rod

The Debate Modern society has long debated the merits of corporal punishment. Generations of children were raised with physical discipline, but current...

A chat with a teenager who doesn't get enough attention from her parents

Rabbi Gurkow: Welcome to the Rabbi's one on one chat room, how can I help you today?Chanie: i want to drop religion and become non-orthodoxRabbi...

Who escorts the bride and groom down the aisle?

A Jewish married couple should escort both the bride and groom to and under the chupah. The most prevalent custom is that this be the couple’s...

Why is it necessary for the bride and groom to be “escorted” to the Chupah?

The bride and groom are escorted to the Chupah1 so that they not become emotionally overwhelmed on their way to be wed. These escorts support and...