The covenant reflects the ongoing relationship between God and the Jewish people.
The Book of Ruth takes on new significance in modern times.
The bread traditionally associated with Shabbat may look different on Shavuot.
The focus is on the Jew's relationship with God and fulfilling God's commandments.
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A beloved Shavuot traditional recipe
These are traditionally found both in the home and the synagogue.
The days between Passover and Shavuot are considered a time of mourning.
Counting the days from Passover to Shavuot.