The three thing we learn from today is why jew's have the holiday from last week because they was to remember how god made freedom of Jews when they was the slave to build something. They don't have control have many kids they need to have, because they believe the kids is god bring to them. i also learn she was think everyone god is the same one because what things that god diid is the same.
the connection between today and the book Bread Giver is wrong or right how father treated to him daughter and how Jews treated to boy and girl. In the jews they did not say need to treated bad to to girl and in the ancient people was think son is better than daughter because when the men grow up they will care of the parents,but women was care to her husband. So people like son more than daughter.
The three main things I learned from Rabbi Lieber are:
1. 10% of Jewish marriages in New York City are arranged.
2. The very traditional Jews, known as Orthodox Jews, are very close to each other and do not interact with other religions very often.
3. In order to become a Rabbi, you must have a general college education and go to graduate school for 5 years learning about Jewish History and Hebrew.
One connection I can make between what I learned today and the book Bread Givers by Anzia Yezierska is the Sabbath. Rabbi Lieber spoke about the Sabbath being a very important holiday and how you are not allowed to use any electronics or play any instruments on that day. In one part of the book, Father does not like Mashah's first love because he plays the piano on the Sabbath.
Three Things i learned from Today's Speaker are:
1) There are orthodox and unorthodox Jewish.
2) To be Rabbi she must be educated and have to know Hebrew so she went to college, then 5 year of graduate, Jewish history.
3) Shabbat is the day where people rest and have fun because they believe that god created the world in 7 day. 6 day of the week he create the world and the seventh day he rest.
One connection between what i learned today and the book Bread Givers by Anzia Yezierska is that They are both Jewish and wanted to keep their traditions. Accept the way they practice the religion is different.
The three things that i've learn today are, that they do read a torah but they also have a matchmaker but it is fake that some woman stay home and men only works. only people who are really into their religion are the ones that forces womans to stay home and to have as many kids as they can.
the only conection that i can think of the book and the speaker is that they both jew and they both study the torah.
1.Three things i learned were:
1)The tradition jewish women were stay home.
2)The stay together to keep the religion.
3)Shabbat means God create world in sixth day and rest in seventh day.
2.One connection between i learned today and
the book Bread Givers, by Anzia Yezierska is some of people are still control by parents.
1-Three thing that i learn today from the speaker?
1-Many jewish women working.
2-Alot of jewish people living in poland 200 years
3-To become a rabbi you have go to college 5 years.
2-One connection that i found is the women in the book are more tradicional them the women form today.
1. Three things i learned today from the speaker
- There we many Jewish people living in Poland 200 years ago.
- Shabbat is the day of rest.
- Most prayers are usually songs.
2. One connection that I found with what I learned today and Bread Givers is that the family from the book is not an Orthodox Jewish because they work on Fridays and Saturdays.
Three things i learned today are:
1. Now, most of the Jewish live as regular people in america. only small group of orthodox Jewish are keep the way Jewish wear in past.
2. Shabbat is celebrate from friday sun down to saturday night because god created the world six day ans rest in seventh day which they also followed.
3. To become a Rabbi, the qualification are be a Jewish, get education(5years), knew how to speak hebrew.
One connection I learned from today and the book Bread Giver was the Torah listen to women or not. In Bread giver, Father said that god only listen to men who pray. not listen to women. But in truth as Rabbi answered, god does listen to women, there are stories about Rebecca and Hanna. These two story shows that god did listen to women.
1. Three things that I learned from her was to be a Rabbi you have to go to college, after that you have to go to school for 5 years school to learn more about jews people and learn Hebrew, in New York City there are only 10% off people who rare orthodox Jews, lastly Jews people believes that God took 6 days to make the world and the 7th day he took rest, on the seventh day they celebrate Shabbat.
2.One connection between what i learned from Rabbi and the book Bread Giver by Anzia Yezierska was when Rabbi talk's about father in the bok how he said God dont listen to women. But in the Holy Torah talks about many women who talks to God and how God helps them. Also rabbi said the author try to make the father look mean in this book.
Inviting Rabbi Lieber was a very good idea because it cleared out the misunderstanding beliefs that we had in our mind.
Three things that I learned from Rabbi Lieber are as follows;
1)From the old days to now,the religion hasn't changed but the way people practice it, has changed.
2)Orthodox are the people who are very religious.
3)Hanuka is a religious holiday that happens in the darkest time of the year, which is in winter.
One connection between what I learned today and the book Bread Givers, by Anzia Yezierska is that, in the book it says that Husband and Wife gets matched by a match-maker and today, the Rabbi Lieber also said that there is 10% of Jews people who still depend on Match makers.
Today i learned that the Jews found difficult to keep the culture or religion in a place were there is a lot of from different countries and religions.that is why they make school only for Jews or stay together to not lost the cultures. I also learned that one of the difficult parts of becoming a rabbi is the studying because you have to go to college and then take 5 more years of studying even the Jews language. And also that according to the tore the women is define by the men and but she also can be part of other communities if shes not married or if she lost her husband.
One of the connections is that in the book Bread Givers the women is not allow to go out and work but in real life the women go out and work even tho the most of the orthodox don't.
1) Three things that I learned today from the speaker are: To become a Rabbi you have to attend at least 5 years of school. Also men have to pray 3 times a day. In addition Hanuka is the most important holidays that they have.
2)The connection that I could make from the speaker, and the book Bread Givers, is that men have to read the holy book called Torah.
*I learn that not everybody can became a Rabbi. Just Jews people.
*The women who is not that much into religion go to work. And the ones who really believe in their religion stay at home even when they are in U.S.A
*The most difficult part for became a Rabbi is to learn Hebrew, a language they had never speak.
One connection can be that the Rabbi tell us that the Book "Bread Givers" it was more dramatic than what in real life is. Even when fathers are from the old age, they were not as bad as in the book tell us is.
From today's speaker i learned that to become a Rabbi,you need to go to college study for 5years and i also learned that doing their Shabbat, they not allow to use electronic because back then they didn't have it so for them to make fire they had to work hard so that's why it not good to use electricity doing Shabbat. Lastly, i learned that Orthodox woman that cover their hair ,because they don't want to be attracted by other man.
One connection between what i learned today and the book Bread Givers is that the character are exaggerated because the author just want to make the reader more interesting reading the book. for example some of the thing father said about woman are not true.
1) Three things that I have learned are:
* Orthodox Jews pray 3 times at day
* Orthodox Jews woman cut their heart so, they can not show their beauty.
* The Jews girls are not treat as is showed in the book.
Not all the girls are treated as same as is showed in the book. Like father used to treat them in a bad way the girl told us that the book was very exaggerated, and also that the modern Jews can work They do not have to depend from a man.
The meeting from Rabbi Lieber was very helpful and had cleared many thoughts in my mind.
Three things I learned about it are:
1. In every religion, there are Orthodox.
Orthodox Jews stay tight to there religion in the old fashion way. They try to not be influenced by the new inventions.
2. I learned during the Shabbat Jews are not allowed to work or use money. Also, because some electric devices have a spark of fire, they are not allowed as well.
3. I also learned that similarly to Islam, women orthodox protect their hair and even wear a scarf.
One of the connection I encounter through today's lesson is the way father and Jews match wife and Father match making process. Similarly, although father is a character with an exaggerated belief, but the idea of match making was pulled from he book itself.
I -Three things I learned from today's speaker are:
1- A Rabbi is the religion leader (lead the prayers)
2- In order to be a Rabbi you need to graduate from college, then go to a 5 years school where you are going to be studying about Jewish religion.
3- most women in America now work. But only very few of them are traditional (old fashion strict).
II -One connection between what I learned today and the book Bread Givers is that the Rabbi disagrees with what the father point of view of the women in the story.
1) Three things I have learned :
* The reason orthodox female woman have short hair and instead use fake hair is because of modesty. Is believe that the hair from a women is very attractive, which make men to get encourage to look at a women. For that reason orthodox women just show their real hair to their husband and family.
*Most Jews pray in Hebrew and pray in a kind of singing way. As well to concentrate in the prayers, most shill their eyes. In addition most men (traditional) pray 3 times.
* Story of Minora: There was a time when the Greeks took over Israel. Greeks didn't like the religion from Jews people, which make Jews to follow their religion. However there were some Jews who didn't want to leave their religion, which they fight and win the war against the Greeks. So on a Greek temple they put a minora of seven spaces (seven because the day of the week) and put a small amount of oil. People think the minora was to be lightning at most for one day, but the minora light for 8 days, which was like a miracle.
One thing that is very different from the book Bread Givers, is that in the Progressive Era female jews didn't have many rights as men or the opportunity to have a job very fast. However now many female muslim have the opportunity to have a job and have the same rights as men.
learned that for a person to be a rabbi, you have to be educated for 5 years; and learn the jewish language.
learn that the women hide their hair from other people outside because only their husband can see it.
I also learned that her grandfather is from polan and moved from poland to the U.S.A. around the 1906's.
CONNECTIONS BETWEEN THE BREAD GIVER AND THE RABBI:
A) The women and man get mach in order for them to get married. In the book also they said that they matches the husband and wife together same as father did too in this book.
Three things I learned:
1. There are 613 rules they should or should not do.
2. Tradition orthodox people are very straight.
3. Man had something on their head called Kippah.
One of the connection is religion because in the book they believe man had the power which Sara does not believe in and she wants independent.
Today the three thins that I learned from rabbi about Jewish are
1) Some Jewish people follow an old tradition which they buy life chicken and twirl them around a person till the chicken's neck brake. They do that because they believe their sin go to the chicken. After they give the chicken to a poor family.
2) Tzitzit is kind of white scarf that Jewish men wear some time when they pray, because it remind people 613 commitment to do good things and avoid bad thing in their daily life.
3) Jewish women shaved their hair after married, because they want to show their real hair only to their husband. They believe if other men sow it maybe they could love with the women so they use wig for rest of their life. These are the things I learned today.
The connection I found between the Bread Giver by Anzia Yezierska and today's lesson is the orthodox is the kind Jewish who are too religious and follow all the steps that is required for them as I read in the book Sara's father always talk about the old world and only read the book torah.
Three Main things that I learned from Rabbi is:
1. Ketobah : Avoids women's rights without asking their husband. Their right to have food or violence.
2. Women first started being Rabbi's since 1972 and since than, many jewish women learned more about their religion and culture, and became Rabbis
3. They also believe in only one God, and they respect others like everyone should. They should be good people and always take care of the environment.
One connection of what I learned today and how it's related to the book Bread Givers is that not some men actually believe women should not be educated and have no rights without the permission of their husbands. That was very important to know about, and I feel good that i learned more about it.
1) Three things I learned today:
- Only 1 % of Jewish people match up by a match maker. The rest of them mostly get married by falling in love.
- In their holy Torah, there are 613 commandments that they have to follow and the men use Tzitzit as a reminder to not to do something bad.
- The married women cut their hair so that no men can fall in love with their beauty. It is their old tradition.
One connection I want to make between the Bread Givers by Anzia Yezierska and what I learned today is that both teaches about the Jewish tradition. Also Rabbi talked about the match maker and in the book we have seen how Sara's father became matchmaker and match up the men and women.
The three main things that I learned today by interviewing a Rabbi was
1) Women don’t have to cover their head traditionally; because its only for people who believe their Jewish religious.
2)Jewish have Shabbat in every weekend in Sunday
3)To become a Rabbi the qualification you need is graduate college with 5 years master degree, and learning about Jewish History and Hebrew.
One thing that could be related to what am reading is that I learned in the book Bread Giver by Anzia Yezerska, that a husband and wife gets marched by matchmaker to get married, which is happening today in real life as well and in Jewish religion. For instance, it’s happening in my culture (Bangladesh). Parents arrange marriage for their children, even though they don’t like it they do not have the right to do anything. However, it’s only happening in rural area most.
While listen to the speaker today, Rabbi Lieber i learned that some Jewish people get their tradition from where they lived. Second, i learned when a women get married they have the right to fill for divorce it's called Ketubah. At last, i learn that, Jewish people place the small houses which called Sukkot in front of their house because they want to remember when they fellow Jewish lived in Jerusalem under a tent when they were slaves.
One connect from Bread Giver and what i learned today, is that parents support their children even though they are mad at first but a long the way they change their mind.
1) Shabbat or Sabbath.
4) When Jews women get married they shave the hair.
And also today I learned that the most Jews was living in Poland.
from today's speaker I learn that orthodox is the ones who really fallow the law by doing everything the holy told them for example the way they have to dress and the holidays that the have to calibrate the second thing I learned is most of the Jews wears tzitzit is kind of dressiness that they have to wear during their prayers and the final thing i learn is during the Shabbath the men cant work or use money. one conectione that i can make to bread giver and from what i learn today is from the book the father is very toff and in real life of jew there is some fathers who are very nice and some of them who are not very nice.
It was nice to had the opportunity to meet and interview a Rabbi. The things that I have learn are:
1.The modern Jews are willing to keep their religion, but also accepting others traditions and picking up other cultures.
2.Jewish religion didn't say women should treat bad and with no rights. For example, the Ketubah is a contract that protects women who are married and gives them certain rights.
3. In Jewish's traditions and cultures, they want have as more children as possible.
One connection that i have learned today to the book Bread Givers is not all Jewish fathers are not mean and heartless as the Father in the book. For example, the Rabbi that we interview, her Father came in the Progressive era,too. But somehow he worked in a button factory and attend law schools. Also, he treats his daughter equally and fair.
The thing i learn in today:
1. Jewish was have 5 major group.
2. In they're religion, if girl is the 13 years old,that mean she is not child anymore and they will give her the dress that adult wear.
3.Orthodox Jews woman cut their hear, so they cannot show their beauty.
4. Also woman cannot show their hair to other male when after they married
The connection between i learn in today and Bread Givers by Anzia Yezierska, is same rule was still has in the book or today. Is women cannot show the heart to other people when after they married. and also Sara's family was not the an Orthodox Jewish because they work whole weeks.
The three things that i learn today from the Rabbi were:
1- To become a Rabbi, you need to have 5 years of college.
2-The Orthodox jewish pray three times at day.
3- The Rabbi is the religion leader.
One connection between what i learn today from the Rabbi and Bread Giver was that some of the jews people who live in America do not used to follow they religion that much like the ones that came from other countries, because when they come here they see how different the life in America is.
Hey Shahzia !
It was nice having Rabbi in our class :)
~Things I learned are~
1)- The life Rabbi Lieber have right now is way better than the other women rabbi in the past because of the discrimination people in general had against women not being able to be educated. They ha to fight more for their own opinions and being able to study their religion. Furthermore, teaching the religion.
2)- Rabbi Lieber said that it is hard and it is not hard to maintain her religion in New York.
It is hard because as we know New York have diverse nationalities and each have their own religion and cultures , so Jews people just like everyone would like to learn about others cultures and sometimes they would like to do he same.
It is not hard because in New York city there are many Jews and it feels comfortable walking around and practicing the Jew religion.
3)- The Jews culture is always changing because based on the history the Jews lived in many places and they actually picked the surrounding cultures with them. Some of the believes have changed as well but the biggest ones did not For example:They believe in one God, Manners : not to lie, to respect everyone and so on.
4)- One of the Holidays called "Skkot" that it is still going on. Which they build some certain houses, some of them even sleep in them for couple days. The history of that holiday is that when the Jews lived in Egypt the kind at that time slaved them and treated them badly, after that the prophet Mosses (peace and blessing be upon him) was there to help them out and freed them and they went to another place where they build-ed the houses the Jews are building which reminds them of that time.
5)- Based on what Rabbi Lieber said. At the very beginning in the Torah it says that God created Adam and Eve and told them to have as many children as they can. Which tells the Jews to do the same since human are from Adam and Eve. So Jews Families can have as many children as they can, but in out time period it changed and some people now only have 3 or 2.
1)- At the beginning of Bread Giver the father was treating his daughters and wife badly, he even said they do not have the right to study their own religion.But as we found out that this was just a historical issue that back then everyone had that discrimination against women. And to prove that it was wrong we even meet Rabbi Lieber that is a lady.
One question I wanted to ask Rabbi Lieber in class but I did not have the chance is :
If I was coming to learn about Jews the first time not knowing anything about it ! What are the things she would tell me so I would have a general idea about her religion? ! It will be nice if she could answer that for me
Thank you !
Three things I learned from today's speaker.
1. Shabbat, it is the important festival for Jewish, cause they got more relaxes in that day.
2. orthodox, the tradition Jewish should wear the clothes; women should wrapped their hair that only husband or family could see it.
3. Rabbi, jewish people should go to college 5 years to get education and need to learn speak hebrew.
The connection between what i learned today and the book Bread Givers, by Anzia Yezierska is the things talk about in the book is same thing happened in jewish people, father control his daughters, and jewish women were treat same as in the book, they have to stay at home, listen to men's order.
Three things I learned today with the speaker was that some Jewish woman cut their hair or cover it because the only suppose to show it to her husband. Also, some of the Jewish believe that a man could fall in love with a woman because of their hair. I also, learned that the robes Jewish man wear is symbolic because it means that they have to fallow the 613 commandments in the Torah. Another thing I learned was that not almost all the Jewish are match up with someone to marry, they fall in love like everybody else. However, something that the speaker said that is connected to the book was that some people that are really traditional get match up with someone to marry. For example in the book Father was a match maker and he match Bessie with Zalmon because of money.
Three things I learned from today's speaker are:
1- Ketubah is guarantee a wife to a certain things after marriage. For example, the man have to treat the wife fairly. etc..
2-Jews have same belief,one God, respect others. All the things to teach people how to be a good people.
3-Jewish culture always change,they live in so many different places which they follow the country culture style.
4-First women Rabbi started in 1972.
The connection between what I learn today and Bread Givers by Anzia Yezierska is in the book, Father say women do not have rights to anything, they have to listen and do what the man tell them but today I learn today that there is something call Ketubah which protect the wife of a man and that document existed about 100,000 years ago.
Three things i have learned from the Rabbi today is that:
1- there is different kind of group in the Judaism religion
2- the difference between a regular jewish and an orthodox jewish is that the orthodox jewish follow all the rules word by word even though some of them are not very reasonable.
3-And most of the jewish man wear a small hat called Kippah and it's a physical symbol that remind them to be humble everywhere they go and also it remind them that they should always be under the God.
The connection i can make between what i've learned from the Rabbi and the book Bread Giver is that not all Jews fathers control their children especially daughter. Unlike father in Bread Giver Some fathers love care and work hard for their families and still praying and studying the Holy Torah.
Three things i learned is…
1) Jewish people are different and constantly change depend on where they have lived or coming from.
2) In marriage women have 'Ketubah' or promise of right to house, food and good life from their husbands. They also use it for divorce if their husbands don't fulfill promises.
3.) Sukkot means huts, it's the holiday during fall to remember the wonder of enslaves Jewish from Egypt to Israel. So on these day they will make little huts out side their houses.
Connection i made between what i learned from Rabbi Lieber and Bread Giver was first women Rabbi started in 1972, which was not long ago. Similarly, in Bread Giver women were not support to live to live on their own. I saw that women in Jewish culture did have less independence from the very beginning.
Three things I learned from today's guest speaker are:
1. Sabbath is a religious weekend from Friday sunset to Saturday sunset when the Jewish tries not to get involved with the commercial economic world.
2.To remember the 613 commitments as a a Jewish, Man wear Tzitzit and side curls.
3. When they get married, man sign Katubah (marriage contract) to guarantee rights to women, house, food and pleasure in life.
Today, Rabbi told us that there are about 10% of Jewish who depend on match maker. and similarly, in Bread Giver, the author also talked about match maker.
Three thing I've learned from the Rabbi today are:
1- The Torah contains 613 commitment.
2- Jews who are very strict with their religion are recognize as Orthodox.
3- Not all Jews fallow the Torah by word. Modern Jews accept and adapt other cultures.
A connection between what I learn today and Bread Givers would be that as the Rabbi said some Jews are willing to accept and adapt other cultures and in Bread Giver we see how Sarah is willing to accept and adapt to the American culture.
The three main things I learned from Rabbi Lieber are:
1.Not all jewish are very traditional, only orthodox Jews who follow the religion the most.
2.There are orthodox and unorthodox.
3. Woman cut their hair after getting marry because they could only show the real hair to their husbands.
2.One connection that I found was the father on the book Bread Givers by Anzie Yezierska, was that the father attitude was so strong and that not all the jews fathers are like him. Most of them are very loving and caring for their child.
The three things I learned from today's speaker are:
1)Tzitzit are tassels worn by observant Jews. Jewish People wear fringes at the corners of their clothes as reminders of themselves don’t do bad things.
2) The Jewish Sabbath day of rest, begins on Friday evening and ends on Saturday evening.
Jewish should not work on Saturdays because it is a day of rest and prayer of their religion.
3) Jewish have their own school in America because some Jewish people believe that their children must learn/get religion and cultural from their own country, and there have nearly 20% of Jewish kids go to that school.
2. The connection between what I learned today and the book Bread Givers, by Anzia Yezierska is Sabbath that Reb is not allowed a man who plays on the Sabbath to get into their family, even to Sara, her life is very difficult when she leaves home, but she still no work and no school at this day.
Three thing I learned
1) They always have wear tzitzit to remind them about the 613 rules
2) orthodox is the one who always follow the rules and the laws
3) Jews pray 3 times a day
The connection between the thing I learned from the Rabbi and Bread Giver is that Sara's family is not orthodox because they work whole even.
1. I learned that only 10% of the Jewish people are orthodox.
2. Many Jews are atheist but still follow the traditions.
3. Many of the Jewish celebrations were design for boys only but they crated female version of those celebrations to make i fair.
One connection that I could make to Bread Givers by Anzia Yezierska is that I noticed that Jews today are not as strict as before, however some try to preserve those extreme traditions.
The three things I learned are:
1. Sabbath, is an day that they are not suppose to work, touching nothing with electricity. However, only the orthodox do that because they are very tricks about the laws.
2. Tzitzit, which is the little hat that some Jewish men wear, signify that they under God and to remind them of God.
3. The prayer shawl contain 613 nots to remind them of the 613 commandment that they have to follow in the Torah.
The connection between the Bread Giver and what I learned is that Sabbath is a day you not suppose to do anything; so in the Bread Giver, Father threw Jacob out from his house because he play the piano on the Sabbath.
The three things that i learn from the rabbi are:
1) In the Jews bible they have 613 different amendment.
2) Bar Bart is when you are coming age which mean you are responsible to practice your religion.
3) to became a Jews rabbi you must be graduate from their religion college (5 years)
2 the connection between the speech today and the Bread Givers, by AQnzier Yezierska is the father from the book practice more his religion than the jews people todayjews
Three things i learned when the Rabbi came to school were:
* The Rabbi Lieber started study for Rabbi since 1995
* The Sukkot is when their holiday is finished like the one just past this two weeks ago and they used houses to remembered when back in time they did not had a permanent home. Is the 7 days at week and in there they can sleep or stayed in there. They also celebrate and Thank god for everything as food.
*Jewish people are not suppose to make a image about god in a any type of way because they think god is like the knowledge in people lives that connect all of us together.
2-In the book of Bread Givers the girls were treat bad by father in a way that he thought girls were not suppose to go to school and have an education and they can't work. But Rabbi Lieber said that it was not like the author of Bread Givers shown in the book.
Three things I learned from Rabbi Lieber is that the jewish culture has changed through out the years. Depending on year they live they will have different ways of thinking or different believes. Even the way the dress or the food they eat because there are jews all around the world.
Another thing I learned was that many religions like the Jewish religion don't have an image for God. There is no he or she on who should be our God. It is more like a internal character.
Last but not least, I learned that there is a marriage contract called Ketubah. The Ketubah is an agreement that jewish couples do when they get married. If the spouse decides to separate from her husband she can do it with this document.
A connection between the interview with the Rabbi and the Bread Givers by Anzia Yezierska is when she told us about the time when she came out as lesbian. I can connect this to the book because Father and Mother dont always agree with their daughters just like the Rabbi's parents weren't so comprehensive at the beginning.
The tree things that i learn from the Rabbi lieber 1)- Jewish religion didn't say women should treat bad. 2)1400 the Ketubah is a contract that gives the right for the wife and protection only one god. 3)The past women rabbi was hard The connection between the Bread Givers and Rabbi Lieber .for example they said that girl can't be educated or have a jobs and also Rabbi said a women can not depend a man . and that the author of Bread Givers exaggerated .
The three that i learned from the rabbi are?
1)Orthodox is the people that are very strict and following all the rule.
2)Women only show their real hair to their husband.
3)Jew pray 3 time a day.
One connection between what I learned today and the Bread Giver is, in Bread Giver father shouldn't treat Jacob this way just because he play piano.
1) In the Jews have 5 different group.
2) Jews have they own holiday.
3) Jew is changing.
One connection between what i learned today and the book Bread Givers by Anzia Yezierska is they are the Jewish women at same in the book, women should follow the man.
1) I learned that jews people have 5 different groups, and they are some of them that dont believe in god.
2) I also learned that when you turn 13 years old, you're on your own. your parents wont tell you what to do.
3) In addition I learned that there is 2 kind of jews people, Orthodox which follow every single thing that the Holy Torah say.
A connection is that now jews parents are not very strict like jews parents before.
1. They wear tzitzit to remember the 613 commandment.
2. At age 13 they celebret Bar/Bat, Mitzvab which means coming age.
3. The little hat they wear is called Kippan or yarmulke.
The connection between what I learned today and the book Bread Givers, by Anzia Yezierska is the father is more Orthodox and he follow all the rules.
1) Three things I learned from the interview with Rabbi Lieber are:
a)The Ortodox group of the Jewish religion are very strict.
b) The believers have 613 commendments to follow.
c) They have a holiday just like Christmas called shabath.
2)The connection between Rabbi's interview and the Bread Givers is that they both have the Torah as the holy book. Unlike in the Bread Giver, Rabbi said that the father isn't always the head of the house and that her father was very nice to them. Now, I feel like most things in the story were fiction.
Three things I have learned from the rabbie are
1) Jewish People have 613 amendment and they were the Tzitzit, to remind them of these amendment
2) There are many Jewish groups, however orthodox jewish are very strick and mostly follow all the amendment and tradition.
3) 40% of the Jewish people dont believe in god, but they follow the culture
One connection I can make between what I have learned and the book Bread Givers, by Anzia Yezierska is Sabbath special holiday where jewish people dont do work or turn on the light, in the Bread Giver, father didn't accept Jacobo as a son of low, because he played paiono during Sabbath
JEWS people have to make a party to girls and boys when they turning to 13,that call mean coming age. that connection to Bread Giver they was not.
Jews men put yarmurke which mean they are so releges.connection to the Bread Giver the father was were to.
Women cut they hair to respect they husband.
some jews dont follow the old rules so in the bread giver Sarah dont want to fallow the rules of his father. so she left her home.
THREE THING THAT I LEARN ON THE DAY WHEN THE RABBIA COME TO THE SCHOOL:
1)ORTHODOX AND SOME OTHER JEWS PEOPLE FOLLOW THE OLD TRADITIONS AND RULES DEPENDING OF THE FAMILIES.
2) THEY USUALLY DONT WORK ON THE SEVENT DAY OF THE WEEK.
3)THE WOMAN AFTER MARRIED THEY DONT HAVE TO SHOW THEIR HAIR TO OTHER MANS SO THEY HAVE TO CUT.
THE CONNECTION BETWEEN THE JEWS PEOPLE FROM KNOW AND ON THE BOOK OF THE BREAD GIVER THE FATHER IS VERY STRICT HE FOLLOW THE RULES FROM THE HOLY TORAH, BUT SOME JEWS KNOW THEY FOLLOW AND SOME OF THEM DONT FOLLOW LIKE SARAH DONT WANT TO FOLLOW THE FATHER RULES FROM THE HOLY TORAH.
-I learn that there are some days that the Jews people can not touch money because those days are known as days of rest.
-Also when they don't sleep together is because she has her period he doesn't have to touch her for 3 days.
-When her period's ends she take a shower which means that she became pure again so they can sleep together in the same bed.
a connection with the book is that some Jews people still fallowing the traditions and religious rules as the father.And there is also some people who doesn't fallow rules as Sara.
3 things I learnes
1. I learned that the woman get her hair shaved after they get married
2. i learned that the jewish got their own schools
3. i learned that the man dont sleep with the womman because of the period and he cant touch her for 3 days.
Three thing I learned from the Rabbi were:
1. Some Jewish married women use a wig in order to don't show off their beauty.
2. Some men and women do not sleep together while the women is having her menstrual period. After period is over, she takes a bath in a type of jacuzzi in order to purify themselves again.
3. Before marriage, a man must give his future wife an agreement assuring the woman a shelter and food.
A connection between Jews and the book "Bread Givers" is that not all Jews follow their tradition word by word as it says in the Torah. We can see that in Sara; she does not follow everything written in the Torah but what her will tells her to do.
The three things i learned are:
-There are only 15-25%of Jewish who have their own school.
-The used the Tzitzit as a physical reminder to don't do bad things.
-Jewsih women's have to cover their real hair after getting married so no one can would fall in love with them.
A connection with the book is that not all Jewish people still follow the cultures and Sarah can be an example ,when she rund away from home to live her life.And during their Shabbat holiday they are not allowed to touch money ,but others still touch it
The three things that i learned from today speaker are as follows
1. Jewish people dont touch money on sabbath which starts from friday evening and ends on the sun set on sunday.
2. They have a tziktzik which reminds them not to harm people.
3. When the wife have a period then she cant sleep with her husband and touch her unless she cleans herself which makes her pure.
2. A connection with the books is when father follows every rules and his wife and childrens dont follow them like he does.
Three main things I learns from Rabbi
-The rop men wear around their hips is a symbolical meaning. Which means that Jewish have to fallow the 613 commandments.
-Woman that are very religious cut their hair because they believe that man that sees their hair fall in love with them.
-Not all Jewish people get match with someone to marry is only if they want to. That everybody fall in love like everybody else.
Three things i learn from the Rabi :
1)Women cut their hair when they got married.
2)When women have their menstrual menstrual periods , they dont sleep together with their husbands.
3)They hame 613 amendments.
one connection connection its that :
In the book the bread givers by AQnzier Yezierska we can see that they always fallow their amendments been traditional.
-Jews people have their own schools because they need to learn everything about their tradition and language.
-During Jews holidays they can't touch anything.
-They pray 3 times
a connection between the boo Bread Givers and what the Rabbi said is that not everybody fallows the rules mentioned in the Torah. In the book Bread Givers we see how Sara does not follows the Torah
Something that the Rabbi say is connected to the book was that FAther was a match maker and he match Bessie with Zalmon. Thats an example that show how the book is connected to what Rabbi said.
Things I learned:
1. Jewise people cant touch money in a day, from day sun to day night. However, it depends on a person. Some of the Jewise still will use some money during that day.
2. Today, tiny % of Jewise people will find a matchmaker to help their kid for the marriage.
3. Tzitzit is a thing that remind the Jewise people must do good thing. For example, no cheating, and can't be a bad person.
4. Jwise lady's hair must be cover up, they only allow to show it to their husband or her children.
In the book Bread Giver by Anzia Yezierska, Father becomes a matchmaker and helps people to find their wife or husband. As a result, people from the community, and people from another city comes to him for a marriage. But, today less people go to the matchmaker for marriage. In addition, from the book, father was a really traditional person, he follow all the rule from his religion. However, today, some of the Jewise people dont actually follow their rules. For example, Jewise people should not allow to touch money in friday. But, some of them still using during that day.
three things that i learnd from the rabbi was.
1 Jewish people cant touch money some days because of the holidays.
2 also Jewish women after they get married they don't share the same bed because she have her period and they have to separate them until she go to take a big bath.
3 since the Jewish were born they match a boy and a girl to gather. and only 1% family's do it to day.
you can see the rabbi said that since the Jewish people were born they will match up a boy and a girl to gather. as we can see this in bread givers by Anzia Yezierska how father choose a husband for his daughters even though if the daughters didn't like the husband 9her father will still marry her to him because of the money.
Three things I learned from Rabbi are
1) There holiday "Sukkot" is to remember the struggle once many Jews faced to have shelter.
2) I learned Rabbi became a Rabbi because she wanted to learn so much and teach people about Judaism.
3) I learned that there is a document called "Ketubah" that protects basic women rights after marriage.
One connection is when father marries off the daughters arranging their marriages. Now in Jewish society about 10% of the Jewish children marries with their father consent. This shows how the book is making connection with the Jewish culture.
Three things that I learned about the Rabbi Lieber was:
1) Shabbat is a Jews holy day that is celebrated from Friday to Saturday
2) When a women marries she have to cut her hair because for the religious people this means the hair can make another men sexually attractive at you
3) I also learned that a Tzitzit is a symbolic string. This is remainder of the 613 commandment Jews people have to follow.
4) Ketubah was a marriage contract, if the man doesn't follow this contract as a result the woman can divorce to him.
* One connection between the Bread Giver and the I learned yesterday is that still in this day there are many religious Jews who read the Torah and follow the commandment.
three things I learned form Rabbi are :
1) IN 1995 she started be Rabbi.
2) The culture change adopting the environments many Jewish moves.
3) Ketubah is marriage document for women rights.
She said her grand father was working in factory,and some Jewish change them culture when they change them countries.
List three things I learned from today's about jews people for example:
1. when women have period after marry they can'rt not sellep with their husband.
2. Shabath is people can't touch anymoney from friday to sunday morning.
3. the hair in the corner of their ear and the tiztitz for their hipes it's remained them don't do bad things no more.
Bread Givers, by Anzia Yezierska connected with the book and right now is sara was try to do the study right now also the people do the study.
also another one is this time people was so relegious right noe also the same they relajious for example in the shabath they don't touch any money.
1.-Jews celabrate Sukkot as Thanksgiving to profect Mosis in the fall.
2.- 40-50 years ago women were not allow to become a Rabbi but since then women started to become Rabbi overcoming discriminations and things of that nature.
3.- Orthodox Jews like the ones that live in Borough Park Brooklyn still keep thier culture from the years that they live in Poland centuries ago.
The Rabbi said that jew culture changes according to the country were Jews established many years ago when they were expelled from thier lands. That is connected to the Bread Givers in the way that Sara and her family move to the US and Sara's culture started to change. Sara started to have different ideas of life such as that women don't need a husband to boss them or the impartance of education in women.
I think it was a really good idea to invited a Rabbi Speaker to the class I learn more about Jewish life. For example Ketubah means a married contract and start from 1400 years ago, and it mantain certain wife rights. Another is Sukkot that means when famine and Egyptian king made Jewish slave, now they spend time in Sukkot to remember those times back then. Also she said that the author of Bread Givers may exsgerated with the father character in the story.
One connection that i can make from Bread Giver By Anzia Yesierka and what i have learn today is that Jewish they always keep they tradition no matter what, as we can see father is very traditional too; therefore he want his family to fallow always the Torah and always keep tradition.
At first, I want to say Thank you to give us a ability to meet us a leader from other religion so obliviously if I talk about what I learn that would be about the Jewish traditions and cloths. Therefore, I did not know it before that in order to being a Rabbi you have to study on college about the book and the religion. Furthermore, I learned in America there is very little percent of Jewish people and as a woman religious leadership in the past there was lots of discrimination.
At first,I want to say Thank you to give us a ability to meet us a leader from other religion so obliviously if I talk about what I learn that would be about the Jewish traditions and cloths. Therefore, I did not know it before that in order to being a Rabbi you have to study on college about the book and the religion. Furthermore, I learned in America there is very little percent of Jewish people and as a woman religious leadership in the past there was lots of discrimination.
one conecting that i can make from the speaker to the book is that some jews stay in one community in able not to separate and have a different education so later on they'll not dress up as the others which is not all jews. we can see this in the book too, because once the father bought a store but he was late and because he was jews he got the store and the other guy who wasnt a jew he didn't get the store.
Three things that I learned from Jews culture and religion
1-When a Jews woman got married only your husband, kids, and family menbers have to see their hair..
2-The reason that Jews mans and kids have side curls hair is a reminder of not doing bad things
3-Shabbat is the day Jews woman is not allowed to touch money, They only rest on these days
2- A connection that I learned,in the Bread Givers by Anzia Yezierka father arrange the marriages of his daughters, and in today society 10% of Jews also arranged marriages between them.
Three things I learned from the guest speaker on Tuesday October 18, 2011 which were very interesting. One I learned that the Jewish culture have change from its beginning and is constantly changing. Also, I learned that the reason some Jews have many kids is because in the Torah Adam and Eve where told to make lots of children. Lastly, I learned that there are Myth that say Eve was not the first woman on Earth but that it was Adams first wife Lilith.
One connection between what I learned from the speaker to the book is that Jewish culture are constantly changing depending on the places they live in. We see how this is true in Bread Givers by Anzia Yezierska is that when Bessie's family come to America the girls become more Americanize. For example when Masha says she is not from the old world but she is now more Americanize.
The three that I learned from the rabbi
1-That women must have their hair cut when they are married.
2-Ketubah is the promise that the man has to have the house and food for her.
3-Tzitzit is something that the Jewish women use for no do bad thing.
A connection between the book and Robbi just said is that the father was selected to his daughters husbands
The three things I learned from Rabbi Lieber are the following:
1. About 80% Jewish childreen goes to their own Jewish school because their parent are very religious and they want their children to learn the Torah, but still they get other class like other schools does like Math,English, Science and plenty more.
2. Jewish women does not sleep with their Husband in their periode time unless they clean themself. Rabbi Lieber said many years ago Jewish women thought "periode time" was a very dangerous desease so they prefer to do not sleep with their husband or not even to share the same room just to keep the desease away from their Husband "the man".
3. Jewish women, after the mariage they alway will cover their hair she only have to uncover her hair to her husband because she could be an attractive and seductive women to other men. In another word Rabbi Lieber is a Jewish married women who does not cover her because she believe that she could never be seductive to a man who did know how to control himself.
4.Jewsh people are very religious.
One connection I could give based on what I learned from Rabbi Lieber to the Book Bread Givers, by Anzia Yezierska, when Father couldn't stop spending all his time to read the Torah not because he likes to read but just because he was a very religious person.
Assignment #1 Summer Reading
English Summer Reading