“A man should go on living – if only to satisfy his curiosity.”
Jewish people are curious… and that’s a good thing.
Curiosity creates progress.
Without curiosity, you’re not asking questions. Without asking questions, you can’t find answers.
And just as our Chinese friends say: “He who asks a question is a fool for five minutes; he who does not ask a question remains a fool forever”.
So ask questions… we’ll try to answer.
How much money should you give for the upcoming Bar Mitzvah?
The million dollar question…
What’s too much money? What’s too little?
Can you give a gift instead?
What’s up with the whole multiples of 18 thing?
Don’t worry, this article will get rid of all your confusion…
You’re attending a Bar Mitzvah ceremony.
You found the young man or woman a nice Bar Mitzvah gift (or Bat Mitzvah) for their special day… Now the only question remains:
“What do you write in a Bar/Bat Mitzvah card?”
After all, you want to let them know how much they mean to you (and who this gift is from).
There are endless Bar/Bat Mitzvah card messages you can go with…
Want to write a warm & emotional blessing? How about a passage from the Talmud? Or how about a blessing from Yoda?
Lucky for you, you’re about to see some examples like these (and more)…
Feel free to copy the blessing and use it (or share it) as you please on the Bar/Bat Mitzvah card.