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My Shabbat Spiritual Experience is the high point of our week. It makes us very happy to see people from all over the world enjoying this awsome experience and this is why I am so happy to plan it and prepare for this great weekly event. I am an artist and a producer of art and events. For many years I am focusing on ancient Sacred Jewish Art and bringing the awerness to it to the public through producing art based on ancient traditions and motifs in the areas of jewelery, embridery and paintings. This art is involved with a rich spiritual content. Shaul, is teaching Judaism, spirituality and Kabbalah for many years and he turns the dinners into a learning experience. Together, with the help of our daughters who cook, bake and serve, every dinner is a celebration!
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One of the best experience i had in my life. Even though i’m not a religious person but I‘m interessed in religion and culture in general. So i really enjoyed my first shabbath dinner. They teach you traditions and history in a very interessing way. The best of it is that shabbath is like a big party. The students from Mir Yeshiva sang so beautiful and created an amazing atmosphere. The guest are from all over the world. We had people from the US, Australia, China and more. The food was amazing! Everything is selfmade and you taste the love and passion in each bite. A special moment for me was talking in polish to the Rabis‘ father who survived holocaust in poland. One thing he said was: we are all people and we are all the same. I will never forget this memorable statement from him. And of course i will never forget this evening. Highly recommended!
My wife, 13-year-old daughter, and I attended Shabbat dinner with Osnat and Rabbi Shaul in mid-July. We were at a table with other guests and several "regulars" and there was a separate table with boys from a local Yeshiva. For the appetizer, there was salad, hummus, and tahini, as well as other things. There was a fish course first. After the fish course, they had a discussion on Torah portion of the week which was the Red Heifer. This discussion was very interesting, especially hearing different points of view. Then came more and more food. The food was delicious and plentiful. My daughter is allergic to tree nuts (e.g. cashews, pistachios) and they made sure that EVERYTHING served was nut free, including the desserts. My daughter really loved that. She was able to have her first chocolate babka. The Yeshiva boys sang and gave commentary on the Torah portion and were just very entertaining. We left at about 12:15 AM and the party was still going strong. Overall, this was one of our most memorable experiences during our stay in Jerusalem.