Jewish Religious Articles

The Jewish people have been the bearers of a rich tradition that spans almost four thousand years, marking their identity with deep roots in history, faith and culture. Judaism is not just a religion, but a way of life that ranges from rituals and customs to a unique ethical and legal system.

Tu Beav

Tu BeAv: A Celebration of Love and Creation

The Jewish holiday of Tu BeAv is a milestone in the spiritual and cultural tradition of this town. Known as the celebration of love, Tu BeAv brings with it a special energy, destined to unite soul mates and awaken a deep light. This event occurs forty days before the date on which humanity is said to have begun its existence, becoming a mystical preamble to creation itself.

Tisha Bav

Tisha B’Av: The Day of Challenging Energies

Tisha B’Av is a day of darkness, a day when it is believed that Satan, the representation of the human ego, dominates the universe. However, this day of destruction is also an opportunity for hope, where the greatest ray of light emerges. Through practices such as fasting and the reading of Lamentations, we seek to eradicate the Ego-Satan from humanity.

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