Days of Repentance (Elul - Tishrei)

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cheshbon Nefesh

Goals: Bringing the chanich/a to be aware of his /her qualities, characters and distinguish between his/her negative and positive qualities; understanding the meaning of the concept "Cheshbon-Nefesh and it's importance.

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Akeidat Yitzchak

To learn the story of Akeidat Yitzchak

To understand that Akeidat Yitzchak took place on what is now known as Har Habayit.

To discuss the issue of faith and trust in both Hashem and other people in relation to Akeidat Yitzchak and our everyday lives

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Chazara Btshuva


A different way to look at Chazara btshuva


To show that Chazara btshuva is not just to regret the things that you did, but it is to return to yourself and see if you are fulfilling your purpose in life.

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Chazara B'teshuva

"Chodesh Elul" is the month of remorse and "Chazara Betshuva" - this month prepares us for a new beginning starting "Rosh Hashanah

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Elul Recall Notice

Regardless of make or year, all units known as "human beings" are being recalled by the Manufacturer....

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Elul Snake Quiz

To review about chodesh elul

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First Shabbat - Chesbon Nefesh

Bringing the chanich/a to be aware of his/her qualities, characters and distinguish between his/her negative qualities.Undertstanding the meanign of the concept "Cheshbon Nefesh" and tis importance.

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How To Get There

Each goal that we want to achieve in life starts with one step. And when we start doing that one step and G‑D sees that we are trying, he helps us achieve our goal. For example‑ in order to do "Chazara Betshuva" we can start by doing one good thing, that shows G‑D that we are trying, and from there on he will help you

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Ideas For Activities- Starting The Year And C...

All ages should have a chance to: get to know their Shevet and their Madrichim, hear what the plans for the year are and have a fun event so that they will want to come back for more.

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