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"The Jewish year is filled with all types of minhagim. Did you ever wonder what the source, requirement, and obligation of these classical seasonal customs are? For example: Do you have to dip an apple in honey on Rosh HaShanah? What is the source and reason for masquerading on Purim? What is Lag BaOmer all about? How much do I really have to clean for Pesach? What are the limits on traveling during the Nine Days? In The Making of a Minhag, these questions and many more are addressed clearly and thoroughly with extensive footnotes, revealing the process and development of Jewish customs. In addition, it provides a fundamental understanding of the definition, power, creation, changeability and abolishment of personal, family, and communal customs. Learn about the beauty, richness, and majesty of minhagim we are privileged to practice throughout the year and gain a greater appreciation and deeper feeling toward this important part of our lives."--Cover page 4.

כותר The making of a minhag the laws and parameters of Jewish customs / Rabbi Moshe Walter.
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כותרים נוספים At head of title: Sefer ha-minhagim
מוציא לאור Jerusalem
New York : Feldheim Publishers
שנה 2018
הערת תוכן ותקציר Part one. Halchos of Minhag -- Source and forms of Minhagim -- Institution and acceptance of Minhagim -- Communal and family Minhagim -- Hataras Nedarim for Minhagim -- Part two. Seasonal minhag -- The recitation of "L'Dovid HaShem Ohri V'Yishi" during Elul -- Weddings during Elul and the Aseres Yemei Teshuvah -- Dipping an apple in honey, and the other Simanim of Rosh HaShanah -- Mesiras Moda'ah: THe advance annulment of vows on Erev Rosh HaShanah -- Using and changing the classic tunes of the Yamim Nora'im -- The recitation of Kol Nidrei on Yom Kippur evening -- Sleeping in the Sukkah in the Diaspora -- Reading the Parashah of V'zos HaBerachah on Simchas Torah evening -- The infrequency of Birkas Kohanim in the Diaspora -- Lighting the Chanukah Menorah indoors -- Women not working while the Chanukah candles are burning -- Drowning out the name of Haman when Sounded during Megillah reading -- Wearing costumes on Purim -- Ardous cleaning for Pesach -- The recitation of Mah Nishtanah at the Seder -- Reciting the blessing of Shehecheyanu during Sefiras HaOmer -- Lag BaOmer in Meron and the propriety of establishing a holiday to commemorate a miracle -- Eating diary on Shavous -- Adorning the Shul with greenery on Shavuos: Minhag Yisrael or gentile custom? -- Travel, vacation, and trips duringthe nine days -- Tallis and Tefillin on Tishah b'Av.
הערות Includes bibliographical references (pages 253-256).
תיאור xx, 266 pages
24 cm.
שפה אנגלית
שנת זכויות יוצרים ©2018
מזהה ISBN9781680253368
ISBN1680253360
מספר מערכת 990049153650205171
תצוגת MARC

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