Now, in a more philosophical and pedagogical light, here is material that examines the relationship between Shabbat and the work experience in human life, including an essay by David Hartman, titled, “The Shabbat Rhythm.” Enjoy. Learn.
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We have just posted an extensive set of materials about Shabbat for lay people, teachers, scholars and the average Jew, uh, Joe, courtesy of Noam Zion, one of Hartman Institute’s most prolific authors (A Day Apart – Shabbat at Home, among other titles) and curriculum developers. The items come from Noam’s original material, books, authors, scholars, classical sources, educational materials and more.
Here is a list of viewable and download-able PDF files. Each is rich in content for anyone interested in how to improve the peace, spirituality, family togetherness and scholarly awareness of Shabbat:
- Introduction to the Companion for A Day Apart
- Shabbat Empowerment: Getting Started with a Home Celebration
- Torah Table Talk: Preparing a D’var Torah
- Shabbat On-One-Foot: Making a Case for its Celebration
- The Shabbat Table Celebration Revisited With Even Richer Resources
- Fascinating Biographies behind the Zemirot: The Greatest Poets of the Golden Age of Medieval Jewry and their Personal Journeys
- Traditional Zemirot in Historical Context: New Translation and Commentary
- L’cha Dodi and the Kabbalist Background to Kabbalat Shabbat