Sounds perfect for Simchat Torah!
“It’s become more normal and accepted and encouraged in 2018 to think about what you’re drinking and be more conscientious with it.”
If one cannot rejoice with the Torah and Jewish holidays without alcohol, there is a serious flaw with his understanding or practice of Judaism.
The idea of passively watching a loved one self-destruct from drinking or drugging feels wrong to us Jewish Parents.
The l’chaims are getting out of hand.
When you’re the guest at someone else’s Seder, a particularly thoughtful offering is in order. Here’s a roundup of our favorite food-related gifts.
Purim’s on Saturday night this year, making the Jewish Halloween a particularly opportune time for excessive drinking.
Given abundant evidence to the contrary, why does the idea that Jews aren’t drinkers persist?
Pick your poison, and bottoms up.
Genetics and culture may provide an answer.