‘Jewish Family Life’ looks at the home life of Jews.
The Jewish people first and foremost see themselves as a large family. Daily life, ritual and the passing on of traditions all have the family at their core. It is felt by Jewish people everywhere that survival rests with and through family, both as a unique people and as a tradition. The family could be viewed as a living photographic album that we flick through the past, live in the present and have hope for the future by constantly adding pages to that album.
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