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cimg9802 A covenant is a commitment, an eternal bond, but above all - a loving relationship. There is nothing that can motivate both sides to conclude an absolute connection between them, which would meet all conditions and survive any crisis, besides love

The Covenant usually expresses recognition of the deep completion each side receives from the other, with each side receiving something so dear, that it is well worth making a covenant with the other side.For example, in marriage. Men and women find one another and feel in their hearts that they were eternally meant for each other, and the depth of this recognition they "pour" into the covenant they make with the wedding canopy and the wedding ring – a sign of the covenant and the tool to implement it. A much deeper love is revealed in the Brit Milah, which is also - like the wedding ring - a sign of the relationship forged between every Jewish soul and the Holy One, blessed is He. Why? Because it is hard to think of something that God Almighty can receive from the soul of an infant of eight days, and yet He is forging an alliance with him. A Covenant of Love. For no reason. Beyond reasoning, beyond common sense

The first covenant was made between God and the Patriarch Abraham thousands of years ago. The significance of this covenant was a double commitment: Abraham, on behalf of himself and all future generations of his descendants to be born, promised to be faithful to God and His Torah. The Holy One, blessed is He, in turn promised Abraham that he and his descendants will be God's beloved sons, watching them with a private and special care, not leaving them vulnerable to arbitrary laws of nature and fate dictated by the stars. The Circumcision, signed into our flesh, is the sign of the existence of this relationship. Just like the wedding ring

Greg Rivkin and Lia Raikhlin

We would like to thank deeply Mr.Dadon and his significant for the care, knowledge and loyalty to the codes, cores and values of Jewish Heritage. Our "Brit" had everything that...

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Caring For The Baby After The Brit

Caring For The Baby After The Brit

The excitement from the Brit is behind us and we turn our attention to the great mission of raising our child. With that said, during the first few days, we...

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The Mohel David Dadon provides an explan…

The Mohel David Dadon provides an explanation on the process of circumcision

Circumcision is a moving and exceptional experience. As a father who circumcised his two sons, I am aware of the accompanying fears. With this, in order to reach the Brit...

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