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Rabbi Arthur Segal’s love of people, humanity, and Judaism has him sharing with others “The Wisdom of the Ages” that has been passed on to him. His writings for modern Jews offer Spiritual, Ethical, and eco-Judaic lessons in plain English and with relevance to contemporary lifestyles. He is the author of countless articles, editorials, letters, and blog posts, and he has recently published two books:

The Handbook to Jewish Spiritual Renewal: A Path of Transformation for the Modern Jew

and

A Spiritual and Ethical Compendium to the Torah and Talmud

You can learn more about these books at:

www.JewishSpiritualRenewal.org
ALL ENTRIES ARE (C) AND PUBLISHED BY RABBI ARTHUR SEGAL JEWISH SPIRITUAL RENEWAL, INC, AND NOT BY ANY INDIVIDUAL EMPLOYEE OF SAID CORPORATION. THIS APPLIES TO 3 OTHER BLOGS (CHUMASH, ECO, SPIRITUALITY) AND WEB SITES PUBLISHED BY SAID CORPORATION.

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

RABBI ARTHUR SEGAL: JEWISH SPIRITUAL RENEWAL: LECH LECHA: MEANING OF HEBREW

RABBI ARTHUR SEGAL: JEWISH SPIRITUAL RENEWAL: LECH LECHA: MEANING OF HEBREW

 

RABBI ARTHUR SEGAL: JEWISH SPIRITUAL RENEWAL: LECH LECHA: MEANING OF HEBREW
 

"Goin' To A Go-Go"

 
Rabbi Arthur Segal
 
 
Synoptic Abstract

Our parasha continues with the tales of Abraham, the father of the Hebrew people. This portion relates God's call to Abraham, his journey toCanaan, his trip with Sarah to Egypt, his return to Canaan and his nephew Lot's parting, Lot being taken captive and Abraham's rescue of Lot, God'scovenant with Abraham, the birth of Hagar's son Ishmael, the commandment of circumcision, and God's promise to ninety-year-old Sarah that she will give birth to a child with her 100-year-old husband, Abraham. This is the parasha that begins it all as far as Jews are concerned. Here are theseeds of the present day Arab-Jew land dispute.

 

This parasha's title takes its name from God's command to Abraham: "Lech Lecha!" (Go for yourself!). This sums up the choice that each of us has with our birthright of Judaism. As adults, no one is forcing Judaism upon us. No one is forcing us to live an ethical life. No one is demanding that we study Torah or read these or other D'varim. We have freedom of choice. We decide for ourselves to go or to do, or not to go or not to do. This is no different than the choice that Abraham had to make some 3,500 years ago.

 

The story of Abraham is the story of his trials. Mishna Pirkei Avot (5:3) says that "our patriarch Abraham was tested with ten tests and he withstood them all to show how great was our Patriarch Abraham's love for God." What were these ten tests?

1.      In Ur, King Nimrod threw Abraham into a fiery furnace when his father, Terach, complained about his destroying the idols (Gen. 11:26). If you turn to this verse in last week's portion you will see no mention of this. The Talmudic sages are quoting the Midrash story of how little Abraham broke his father's idol. The Midrash says his father was an idol maker.

2.      He had to leave his homeland to settle in Canaan (Gen. 12:01).

3.      He had to move from Canaan to Egypt due to famine (Gen. 12:10).

4.      Sarah, his wife, was taken to Pharaoh's palace as a potential wife of Pharaoh. Abraham asked Sarah to call herself his sister to spare his life. The sages say that this was not a lie because Sarah was Haran's daughter and Haran was Abraham's brother. Therefore, Sarah was Abraham's niece, which the sages say is close enough to be called a sister. But the Torah says that Haran had two daughters. They were Milcah and Iscah and Milcha married Nahor, Abraham's other brother. "Aha!" say the sages. Iscah is just another name for Sarah. The potential problem of our father Abraham lying to save himself and passing off his wife as a virgin sister is solved.

5.      The war with the kings to free his nephew Lot (Gen. 14:01-24).

6.      The covenant where Abraham was told of his children being promised the land of Canaan, but also of being enslaved and going into exile (Gen. 5:7-21).

7.      Abraham undergoing self-circumcision at the age of ninety-nine years (Gen. 17:24).

8.      Expelling his wife Hagar from his home (Gen. 21:10-14).

9.      Expelling his son Ishmael from his home (Gen. 21:10-14).

10.  The Akeidah – the binding of Abraham's son Isaac to be a sacrificial offering to God (Gen. 22:1-19).

How would we fare if we had these tests today? Do any of our lives' tests compare to these?

 

The Mishna calls these tests "neis." The Hebrew word for tests is "bechinah." Neis also means "banner." It is used in Psalm 60:6, "You gave those who fear a banner to raise themselves." The sages say a banner is something raised high to show its beauty. When we pass some of life's tests, we are lifted into a higher sphere so that we can go on to bigger tests. This is why we say "yasher koach" after a bimah honor. We wish people to "go from strength to strength." The Mishna's passage could be read: "And God exalted Abraham" instead of "God tested Abraham."

The last three of these ten tests take place in next week's parasha and will be discussed then. Nachmanides (the Ramban, Moshe ben Nahman Gerondi, 1194, Spain), comments on the second test; that of leaving one's home and known surroundings to search for a better life. I think of all of our grandparents, great-grandparents, or those even farther back, who left their homes in Europe to resettle here in the United States of America. The only emotions that come to me, as a soft third generation American-Jew, is great alarm and fear, until I learned to have a personal trusting and faithful relationship with God.

Ramban says that one is never given trials that he cannot deal with effectively, and that a person has free choice and he must find the wisdom and strength to choose correctly. If he chooses correctly, he grows as a person. He is not rewarded by Heaven for his successes. Success is his reward. As the parasha's title suggests, we do good things for ourselves and because it is the right choice to make. We do not do good in hope of reward from above.

What does it mean to be a Jew? We have a hint of this complex answer in Genesis 14:13. For the first time, Abraham is called an "Ivri." Some Torah scholars say this refers to Abraham being descended from Eber, which was six generations removed from Abraham. Would a fugitive from a battle in Sodom coming to tell Abraham that his nephew Lot was taken prisoner know Abraham's lineage this closely? Especially when they were then in Canaan and Eber and his kin lived in what is now Iraq? There are very few of us who can name our ancestors six-times removed, and there are still fewer strangers who could do so.

 

Abraham indeed was an Ivri. The word is derived from "Ivar," meaning "the other side." Literally, Abraham did come from the other side of theEuphrates River. Our Talmudic rabbis interpret it much differently. Abraham was on one side of a moral and spiritual divide, according to RabbiNosson Scherman. The rest of the known world was on the other side. Jews must be ready to endure isolation sometimes when we stand up for what is morally right, even when our voices seem small and unimportant. It is pleasant to be popular and win the approval of others. Too often we bend our own principles to avoid making waves. Abraham and Sarah, Rabbi Scherman continues, were given the challenge to be Ivri, and move to the other side.

 
When God appeared to Abraham, renamed him from his old name of Avram, and gave him the commandment of circumcision, He called Himself El Shaddai (Gen. 17:01). This name of God means, "Who is sufficient." As Jews we need to realize that we can do without popularity if it means standing up for justice and ethics. It is interesting that God called Himself "sufficient" at the time He ordered brit milah (the covenant of circumcision). The brit is a symbol that we can do without sometimes, and that less can be more than sufficient if we stand up for what is right and just, even if it puts us on the other side. Perhaps this is a good definition of what it means to be Jewish, and a descendant of Abraham, the first Ivri and the first Hebrew.
 
Shabbat Shalom,
 
If visiting SC's Low Country, contact us for a Shabbat meal, in our home by the sea, our beth yam.
Maker of Shalom (Oseh Shalom) help make us deserving of Shalom beyond all human comprehension 
 
RABBI DR ARTHUR SEGAL
www.JewishSpiritualRenewal.com/books www.FaceBook.com/Arthur.L.Segal www.FaceBook.com/RabbiArthurSegalJewishSpiritualRenewal www.RabbiArthurSegal.blogspot.com
Jewish Spiritual Renewal
Jewish Renewal
Jewish Spirituality
Hilton Head Island, SC; Bluffton, SC; Savannah, GA
 
RABBI DR ARTHUR SEGAL
www.JewishSpiritualRenewal.com/books www.FaceBook.com/Arthur.L.Segal www.FaceBook.com/RabbiArthurSegalJewishSpiritualRenewal www.RabbiArthurSegal.blogspot.com
Jewish Spiritual Renewal
Jewish Renewal
Jewish Spirituality
Hilton Head Island, SC; Bluffton, SC; Savannah, GA

JEWISH WEDDINGS

CONTACT RABBI ARTHUR SEGAL AT RABBIASEGAL@AOL.COM

JEWISH WEDDINGS OFFICIATED BY RABBI ARTHUR SEGAL: TRADITIONAL, INTERFAITH, CO-OFFICIANT, DESTINATION

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"One of the Joys of being a Rabbi," says Rabbi Arthur Segal," is working closely with the bride and groom and officiating at their wedding." He can do this with couples living near by or with couples having a destination wedding in the greater beautiful Hilton Head Island area.

Rabbi Arthur Segal helps develop a custom ceremony with the couple so that each word in the ceremony rings true to them. His ceremonies can range from the very traditional to what ever the couples desires. Rabbi opines that this is the couple's special day, and to treat each wedding as unique.

For those who are having an interfaith wedding, Rabbi takes special care to respect both traditions, again with total input from the couple. He will be pleased to co-officiate at weddings, using non-Trinitarian language.

http://jewish.server272.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/RABBI+ARTHUR+SEGAL+OFFICIATING+AT+BEACH+WEDDING+HILTON+HEAD+ISLAND+SC-781513.jpgRabbi Arthur Segal also will do recommitment marriage ceremonies with the same care as he does weddings.

Rabbi will work closely with the wedding planer and/or caterer to make sure the wedding is seamless, and the bride and groom can totally enjoy themselves on their special day.

Rabbi Arthur Segal is available, and actually prefers, to be at the rehearsal, to ensure all is going smoothly, and to get to know the bridal party, and family, before the actual wedding day.

For those that wish to have a Ketubah, rabbi will work closely to make sure everyone's name has correct calligraphy on the document, in English and Hebrew, so the signing ceremony is flawless.

For a beautiful gallery of Ketubahs go to JudaicConnection.com  (My couples receive a $15 shipping discount)

http://jewish.server272.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/morris-wedding-new2.jpg

Rabbi Arthur Segal tries to limit his weddings to Hilton Head, SC, Bluffton, SC, Palmetto Bluff, SC, Savannah, GA, and Charleston, SC, but has been known to make himself available elsewhere, even out of the USA. He will also conduct weddings and recommitment ceremonies on cruise ships.

In keeping with Jewish ethics, if the couple resides in Rabbi Arthur Segal's town, Rabbi will ask, unless there are some special circumstances, if the couple has first asked the local pulpit rabbi to officiate.

http://jewish.server272.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/chuppah-beach.jpg

JEWISH WEDDINGS

CONTACT RABBI ARTHUR SEGAL AT RABBIASEGAL@AOL.COM

JEWISH WEDDINGS OFFICIATED BY RABBI ARTHUR SEGAL: TRADITIONAL, INTERFAITH, CO-OFFICIANT, DESTINATION

HILTON HEAD JEWISH WEDDINGSWWW.HILTONHEADJEWISHWEDDINGS.COM/WEDDINGS
HILTON HEAD JEWISH INTERFAITH WEDDINGSWWW.HILTONHEADJEWISHINTERFAITHWEDDINGS.COM/WEDDINGS
SAVANNAH JEWISH WEDDINGS WWW.SAVANNAHJEWISHWEDDINGS.COM/WEDDINGS
HILTON HEAD DESTINATION JEWISH WEDDINGS
HILTON HEAD CO-OFFICIANT JEWISH WEDDINGS
SAVANNAH DESTINATION JEWISH WEDDINGS
SAVANNAH CO-OFFICIANT JEWISH WEDDINGS

CHARLESTON JEWISH WEDDINGS

CHARLESTON JEWISH INTERFAITH WEDDINGS

CHARLESTON JEWISH DESTINATION WEDDINGS

CHARLESTON JEWISH CO-OFFICIANT WEDDINGS

KIAWAH ISLAND JEWISH WEDDINGS

KIAWAH ISLAND JEWISH INTERFAITH WEDDINGS

KIAWAH ISLAND JEWISH DESTINATION WEDDINGS

KIAWAH ISLAND JEWISH CO-OFFICIANT WEDDINGS

ISLE OF PALMS WILD DUNES RESORT JEWISH WEDDINGS

ISLE OF PALMS WILD DUNES RESORT JEWISH INTERFAITH WEDDINGS

ISLE OF PALMS WILD DUNES RESORT JEWISH DESTINATION WEDDINGS

ISLE OF PALMS WILD DUNES RESORT JEWISH CO-OFFICIANT WEDDINGS

PALMETTO BLUFF RESORT JEWISH WEDDINGS

PALMETTO BLUFF RESORT JEWISH INTERFAITH WEDDINGS

PALMETTO BLUFF RESORT JEWISH DESTINATION WEDDINGS

PALMETTO BLUFF RESORT JEWISH CO-OFFICIANT WEDDINGS

BLUFFTON SOUTH CAROLINA JEWISH WEDDINGS

BLUFFTON SOUTH CAROLINA JEWISH INTERFAITH WEDDINGS

BLUFFTON SOUTH CAROLINA JEWISH DESTINATION WEDDINGS

BLUFFTON SOUTH CAROLINA JEWISH CO-OFFICIANT WEDDINGS

TYBEE ISLAND GEORGIA JEWISH WEDDINGS

 TYBEE ISLAND GEORGIA JEWISH INTERFAITH WEDDINGS

TYBEE ISLAND GEORGIA JEWISH DESTINATION WEDDINGS

TYBEE ISLAND GEORGIA JEWISH CO-OFFICIANT WEDDINGS

SEA ISLANDS GEORGIA JEWISH WEDDINGS

 SEA ISLANDS GEORGIA JEWISH INTERFAITH WEDDINGS

SEA ISLANDS GEORGIA JEWISH DESTINATION WEDDINGS

 SEA ISLANDS GEORGIA JEWISH CO-OFFICIANT WEDDINGS

CLOISTER RESORT GEORGIA JEWISH WEDDINGS

CLOISTER RESORT GEORGIA JEWISH INTERFAITH WEDDINGS

 CLOISTER RESORT GEORGIA JEWISH DESTINATION WEDDINGS

CLOISTER RESORT GEORGIA JEWISH CO-OFFICIANT WEDDINGS

JEKYLL ISLAND RESORT GEORGIA JEWISH WEDDINGS

JEKYLL ISLAND RESORT GEORGIA JEWISH INTERFAITH WEDDINGS

JEKYLL ISLAND RESORT GEORGIA JEWISH DESTINATION WEDDINGS

JEKYLL ISLAND RESORT GEORGIA JEWISH CO-OFFICIANT WEDDINGS

AMELIA ISLAND RITZ CARLTON RESORT GEORGIA JEWISH WEDDINGS

AMELIA ISLAND RITZ CARLTON RESORT GEORGIA JEWISH INTERFAITH WEDDINGS

AMELIA ISLAND RITZ CARLTON RESORT GEORGIA JEWISH DESTINATION WEDDINGS

AMELIA ISLAND RITZ CARLTON RESORT GEORGIA JEWISH CO-OFFICIANT WEDDINGS

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA BEACHES JEWISH WEDDINGS

 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA BEACHES JEWISH INTERFAITH WEDDINGS

 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA BEACHES JEWISH DESTINATION WEDDINGS

 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA BEACHES JEWISH CO-OFFICIANT WEDDINGS

MYRTLE BEACH SOUTH CAROLINA JEWISH WEDDINGS

MYRTLE BEACH SOUTH CAROLINA JEWISH INTERFAITH WEDDINGS

MYRTLE BEACH SOUTH CAROLINA JEWISH DESTINATION WEDDINGS

MYRTLE BEACH SOUTH CAROLINA  JEWISH CO-OFFICIANT WEDDINGS

 
 
 
RABBI DR ARTHUR SEGAL
REBBETZIN ELLEN SEGAL
www.JewishSpiritualRenewal.com/books www.FaceBook.com/Arthur.L.Segal www.FaceBook.com/RabbiArthurSegalJewishSpiritualRenewal www.RabbiArthurSegal.blogspot.com 
Jewish Spiritual Renewal
Jewish Renewal
Jewish Spirituality
Hilton Head Island, SC; Bluffton, SC; Savannah, GA
 
RABBI DR ARTHUR SEGAL www.JewishSpiritualRenewal.com/books www.FaceBook.com/Arthur.L.Segal www.FaceBook.com/RabbiArthurSegalJewishSpiritualRenewalwww.RabbiArthurSegal.blogspot.com 
Jewish Spiritual Renewal
Jewish Renewal
Jewish Spirituality
Hilton Head Island, SC; Bluffton, SC; Savannah, GA

CHARLESTON JEWISH DESTINATION WEDDINGS: RABBI ARTHUR SEGAL: INNS, BEACHES

CHARLESTON JEWISH DESTINATION WEDDINGS: RABBI ARTHUR SEGAL: INNS, BEACHES
 
Shalom. Please wish Mazel Tov to Tammy Linn and
 
Adam Greenberg, whose Hilton Head Island,
 
 
Dunes Jewish Destination beach wedding was
 
 
beautifully captured by Wed on Canvas and wedding co-
 
ordinated  by Lou Anne Takach. It was a
 
rainy day, we waiting patiently until the sky  cleared and I
 
was honored to officiate their ceremony
 
under a Chuppah AND a Rainbow!! Shalom and
 
 
Renewal.
 
HILTON HEAD DESTINATION JEWISH WEDDINGS ; RABBI ARTHUR SEGAL
 
RABBI ARTHUR SEGAL RABBIASEGAL@AOL.COM

JEWISH WEDDINGS

CONTACT RABBI ARTHUR SEGAL AT RABBIASEGAL@AOL.COM

JEWISH WEDDINGS OFFICIATED BY RABBI ARTHUR SEGAL: TRADITIONAL, INTERFAITH, CO-OFFICIANT, DESTINATION

http://jewish.server272.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/262868_10150265476508494_113476883493_7846773_2284419_n.jpg

"One of the Joys of being a Rabbi," says Rabbi Arthur Segal," is working closely with the bride and groom and officiating at their wedding." He can do this with couples living near by or with couples having a destination wedding in the greater beautiful Hilton Head Island area.

Rabbi Arthur Segal helps develop a custom ceremony with the couple so that each word in the ceremony rings true to them. His ceremonies can range from the very traditional to what ever the couples desires. Rabbi opines that this is the couple's special day, and to treat each wedding as unique.

For those who are having an interfaith wedding, Rabbi takes special care to respect both traditions, again with total input from the couple. He will be pleased to co-officiate at weddings, using non-Trinitarian language.

http://jewish.server272.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/RABBI+ARTHUR+SEGAL+OFFICIATING+AT+BEACH+WEDDING+HILTON+HEAD+ISLAND+SC-781513.jpgRabbi Arthur Segal also will do recommitment marriage ceremonies with the same care as he does weddings.

Rabbi will work closely with the wedding planer and/or caterer to make sure the wedding is seamless, and the bride and groom can totally enjoy themselves on their special day.

Rabbi Arthur Segal is available, and actually prefers, to be at the rehearsal, to ensure all is going smoothly, and to get to know the bridal party, and family, before the actual wedding day.

For those that wish to have a Ketubah, rabbi will work closely to make sure everyone's name has correct calligraphy on the document, in English and Hebrew, so the signing ceremony is flawless.

For a beautiful gallery of Ketubahs go to JudaicConnection.com  (My couples receive a $15 shipping discount)

http://jewish.server272.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/morris-wedding-new2.jpg

Rabbi Arthur Segal tries to limit his weddings to Hilton Head, SC, Bluffton, SC, Palmetto Bluff, SC, Savannah, GA, and Charleston, SC, but has been known to make himself available elsewhere, even out of the USA. He will also conduct weddings and recommitment ceremonies on cruise ships.

In keeping with Jewish ethics, if the couple resides in Rabbi Arthur Segal's town, Rabbi will ask, unless there are some special circumstances, if the couple has first asked the local pulpit rabbi to officiate.

http://jewish.server272.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/chuppah-beach.jpg

JEWISH WEDDINGS

CONTACT RABBI ARTHUR SEGAL AT RABBIASEGAL@AOL.COM

JEWISH WEDDINGS OFFICIATED BY RABBI ARTHUR SEGAL: TRADITIONAL, INTERFAITH, CO-OFFICIANT, DESTINATION

HILTON HEAD JEWISH WEDDINGSWWW.HILTONHEADJEWISHWEDDINGS.COM/WEDDINGS
HILTON HEAD JEWISH INTERFAITH WEDDINGSWWW.HILTONHEADJEWISHINTERFAITHWEDDINGS.COM/WEDDINGS
SAVANNAH JEWISH WEDDINGS WWW.SAVANNAHJEWISHWEDDINGS.COM/WEDDINGS
HILTON HEAD DESTINATION JEWISH WEDDINGS
HILTON HEAD CO-OFFICIANT JEWISH WEDDINGS
SAVANNAH DESTINATION JEWISH WEDDINGS
SAVANNAH CO-OFFICIANT JEWISH WEDDINGS

CHARLESTON JEWISH WEDDINGS

CHARLESTON JEWISH INTERFAITH WEDDINGS

CHARLESTON JEWISH DESTINATION WEDDINGS

CHARLESTON JEWISH CO-OFFICIANT WEDDINGS

KIAWAH ISLAND JEWISH WEDDINGS

KIAWAH ISLAND JEWISH INTERFAITH WEDDINGS

KIAWAH ISLAND JEWISH DESTINATION WEDDINGS

KIAWAH ISLAND JEWISH CO-OFFICIANT WEDDINGS

ISLE OF PALMS WILD DUNES RESORT JEWISH WEDDINGS

ISLE OF PALMS WILD DUNES RESORT JEWISH INTERFAITH WEDDINGS

ISLE OF PALMS WILD DUNES RESORT JEWISH DESTINATION WEDDINGS

ISLE OF PALMS WILD DUNES RESORT JEWISH CO-OFFICIANT WEDDINGS

PALMETTO BLUFF RESORT JEWISH WEDDINGS

PALMETTO BLUFF RESORT JEWISH INTERFAITH WEDDINGS

PALMETTO BLUFF RESORT JEWISH DESTINATION WEDDINGS

PALMETTO BLUFF RESORT JEWISH CO-OFFICIANT WEDDINGS

BLUFFTON SOUTH CAROLINA JEWISH WEDDINGS

BLUFFTON SOUTH CAROLINA JEWISH INTERFAITH WEDDINGS

BLUFFTON SOUTH CAROLINA JEWISH DESTINATION WEDDINGS

BLUFFTON SOUTH CAROLINA JEWISH CO-OFFICIANT WEDDINGS

TYBEE ISLAND GEORGIA JEWISH WEDDINGS

 TYBEE ISLAND GEORGIA JEWISH INTERFAITH WEDDINGS

TYBEE ISLAND GEORGIA JEWISH DESTINATION WEDDINGS

TYBEE ISLAND GEORGIA JEWISH CO-OFFICIANT WEDDINGS

SEA ISLANDS GEORGIA JEWISH WEDDINGS

 SEA ISLANDS GEORGIA JEWISH INTERFAITH WEDDINGS

SEA ISLANDS GEORGIA JEWISH DESTINATION WEDDINGS

 SEA ISLANDS GEORGIA JEWISH CO-OFFICIANT WEDDINGS

CLOISTER RESORT GEORGIA JEWISH WEDDINGS

CLOISTER RESORT GEORGIA JEWISH INTERFAITH WEDDINGS

 CLOISTER RESORT GEORGIA JEWISH DESTINATION WEDDINGS

CLOISTER RESORT GEORGIA JEWISH CO-OFFICIANT WEDDINGS

JEKYLL ISLAND RESORT GEORGIA JEWISH WEDDINGS

JEKYLL ISLAND RESORT GEORGIA JEWISH INTERFAITH WEDDINGS

JEKYLL ISLAND RESORT GEORGIA JEWISH DESTINATION WEDDINGS

JEKYLL ISLAND RESORT GEORGIA JEWISH CO-OFFICIANT WEDDINGS

AMELIA ISLAND RITZ CARLTON RESORT GEORGIA JEWISH WEDDINGS

AMELIA ISLAND RITZ CARLTON RESORT GEORGIA JEWISH INTERFAITH WEDDINGS

AMELIA ISLAND RITZ CARLTON RESORT GEORGIA JEWISH DESTINATION WEDDINGS

AMELIA ISLAND RITZ CARLTON RESORT GEORGIA JEWISH CO-OFFICIANT WEDDINGS

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA BEACHES JEWISH WEDDINGS

 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA BEACHES JEWISH INTERFAITH WEDDINGS

 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA BEACHES JEWISH DESTINATION WEDDINGS

 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA BEACHES JEWISH CO-OFFICIANT WEDDINGS

MYRTLE BEACH SOUTH CAROLINA JEWISH WEDDINGS

MYRTLE BEACH SOUTH CAROLINA JEWISH INTERFAITH WEDDINGS

MYRTLE BEACH SOUTH CAROLINA JEWISH DESTINATION WEDDINGS

MYRTLE BEACH SOUTH CAROLINA  JEWISH CO-OFFICIANT WEDDINGS

 
 
 
RABBI DR ARTHUR SEGAL
REBBETZIN ELLEN SEGAL
www.JewishSpiritualRenewal.com/books www.FaceBook.com/Arthur.L.Segal www.FaceBook.com/RabbiArthurSegalJewishSpiritualRenewal www.RabbiArthurSegal.blogspot.com 
Jewish Spiritual Renewal
Jewish Renewal
Jewish Spirituality
Hilton Head Island, SC; Bluffton, SC; Savannah, GA
 
RABBI DR ARTHUR SEGAL www.JewishSpiritualRenewal.com/books www.FaceBook.com/Arthur.L.Segal www.FaceBook.com/RabbiArthurSegalJewishSpiritualRenewalwww.RabbiArthurSegal.blogspot.com 
Jewish Spiritual Renewal
Jewish Renewal
Jewish Spirituality
Hilton Head Island, SC; Bluffton, SC; Savannah, GA