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T’shuvah Coloring Page

Friday, August 31st, 2012 11:35 am by admin
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Color in this picture of T’shuvah and friendship!

3 Responses to “T’shuvah Coloring Page”

  1. Shira Kline Jewish Music for Kids says:

    [...] September 3, 2007 at 2:45 pm · Filed under Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, Holidays, Hebrew Vocabulary T’shu-VAH means repentence or returning. Return to being at One with ourselves and with God. According to Halacha, if you commit a cheyt, you can be forgiven if you do t’shuvah which includes: 1. Stop whatever it is that you are doing/have done! 2. Feel remorse for your actions 3. Appologize to whomever you’ve hurt and confess before Yah 4. Firmly commit to not repeating that action Click here for a Hebrew Vocabulary Coloring Page!  [...]

  2. Shira Kline Jewish Music for Kids says:

    [...] September 3, 2007 at 2:45 pm · Filed under Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, Holidays, Hebrew Vocabulary T’shu-VAH means repentence or returning. Return to being at One with ourselves and with God. According to Halacha, if you commit a cheyt, you can be forgiven if you do t’shuvah which includes: 1. Stop whatever it is that you are doing/have done! 2. Feel remorse for your actions 3. Appologize to whomever you’ve hurt and confess before Yah 4. Firmly commit to not repeating that action Click here for a Hebrew Vocabulary Coloring Page!  [...]

  3. Open says:

    04 Sep 28, 2011 10:41 am Anne This IS lovely. I know very llitte about the Jewish holidays, but your message is just perfect. Be thankful and grateful. Have a good evening with your family, -Anne

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