Kiddush is not ‘cute’

Why should doing one of the most common, essential Jewish customs, in the Jewish country, embarrass me?

By MELISSA SCHREIBER
August 29, 2018 19:54
4 minute read.
Kiddush is not ‘cute’

Kiddush Cup . (photo credit: Wikimedia Commons)

 
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