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Havdalah - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Havdalah (Hebrew: הַבְדָּלָה, "separation") is a Jewish religious ceremony that marks the symbolic end of Shabbat and Jewish holidays, and ushers in the new ...

Judaism 101: Havdalah Home Ritual - JewFAQ

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Eish: Fire. The third blessing is recited over the special, multi-wicked Havdalah candle. Havdalah candles can be obtained from Jewish gift stores.

1: What is Havdalah? - Shabbat - Chabad Lubavitch

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On Friday evening, we sanctified the Shabbat with the kiddush ritual; now, as we take leave of it after a night and day of divine rest, we once again pronounce the ...

The Havdalah Ceremony in Judaism

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As Jewish status, influence, and affluence in various communities in the world fluctuated, the rabbis wavered on havdalah being recited during the services ...

Havdalah | Jewish Virtual Library

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Havdalah (הַבְדָּלָה) is a ceremony recited at the termination of Shabbat and holidays. Its blessings emphasize the distinction between the sacred and the ...

Havdalah: Taking Leave of Shabbat - My Jewish Learning

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Havdalah: Taking Leave of Shabbat We say goodbye to the Sabbath in a bittersweet ceremony that employs wine, fragrance, and candlelight. By Susan Silverman

What is Havdalah? How to Make Havdalah - aish.com

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See companion article on the inspirational side of Havdalah. View video demonstration of how to make Havdalah. Just as we proclaim the entrance of Shabbat by making ...

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I first decided to become more religious during havdalah on my Meor trip to Israel. Now, four years later, after attending seminary, getting married, and moving to ...

The Havdalah Ceremony

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The Havdalah ceremony is recited at the end of the Shabbat to mark the distinction between the departing sacred day and the ordinary weekday that is beginning.

Havdalah: Transition, Separation, and Memory ...

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Quick! It’s Tuesday! If you act now, there’s still time to participate in the beautiful ritual of Havdalah, the ceremony marking the end of Shabbat.