The Lost Shul Mural
This is a most popular mural in Judaism which was painted in 1910 by a Lithuanian Jewish immigrant artist Ben Zion Black for the East European Orthodox Chai Adam congregation in Burlington, Vermont. The mural depicts the Ten Commandments which are guarded by two lions, floating above is a wonderful golden crown which symbolizes God, sunlight permeates the painting, and the work is framed by architectural elements and elaborate curtains.
The significant thing is that the mural really reminds Jewish people who they are, especially for immigrant Jews in Switzerland. Since, it is like a gift from the past that adds color, vitality, and the immediacy of piety. The mural is a survival, not only an art for the Jewish people. Due to this, it makes a priceless contribution to the larger legacy of Jewish culture that was largely destroyed in the Holocaust. Also, the same mural is painted other synagogues so that it continues presence
Briefly, this is most significant mural which takes place in many synagogues. The significance of the mural is not only from religious side, also it includes Jewish culture.
This is a verified account in twitter, which means to establish and authenticity for the identities of key individuals and brands on Twitter. The account has approximately 44,900 followers and following about 11,400 accounts. The account name is “Jewish Tweets” and is all about Jewish lifestyle. The account provides to bring Jewish Treats and the Shabbat across America. They share daily religious things, news about Israel, Jewish events and quotes. That is why it is beneficial to follow the account by Jews, as their social media is very common. Also, the account includes extremist religious events and any controversial issues about other religions.
Moreover, there is also a blog, an instagram and a facebook account. The blog is very beneficial if you do not clearly understand from tweets, the illustrative and more information in the blog, the beneficial religious quotes are in instagram and also the facebook have same shares as twitter account and the blog.
To sum up, this account is very useful account for Jewish people to follow, since it shares everything about Jewish lifestyle, daily religious quotes and news about Israel.
The video is about one of the worships of the Jewish people which is the Shabbat. Shabbat is the weekly worship that is celebrated every week from sundown on Friday to nightfall of Saturday. The video greatly explains what is the Shabbat and why/how it is celebrated every Friday.
In Hebrew, Shabbat means “resting”. According to Jewish belief and as is recounted in the beginning of the Book of Genesis, God created the world in six days and on the seventh day He refrained from creating. The first Shabbat was celebrated in the Garden of Eden by Adam and Eve
The purpose of the video is to show step by step how Jews celebrate the Shabbat with samples from real-life. According to the video, all family members have a responsibility to do during Shabbat. For example; in Friday afternoon with the lighting of candles by women and girls, men come home with a bunch of flowers and do all the prayers.
Briefly, this video has very beneficial parts that show Jewish religious life, and is clearly explained. Shabbat is a time to regroup and party, to eat and rejoice, to spend time with family and friends, to study and share thing that indulge and pamper their spiritual side. Moreover, It should be noted that the video may arouse the interests of non-Jewish people as the comments of the video show positively in this way. The reason for this could be that the video can be made real-life.