Tisha B’Av is an annual day to fast, deprive ourselves and pray in Judaism as a number of disasters including the destruction of both Solomon’s Temple by the Neo-Babylonian Empire and the Second Temple by the Roman Empire in Jerusalem in the Jewish history. It is the saddest day on the Jewish calendar and believed to be a day destined for tragedy. It is a culmination of a period of three weeks that mark the destruction of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem. Tisha B’Av occurs in July or August in the Gregorian calendar.
Listed below are a few quotes that can help you get a better understanding of this day –
_On this day of Tisha B’Av millions of Jewish people across the world will come together to mark one of the most solemn dates in the Jewish calendar.
_Tisha B’Av is the day to wallow a day of great tragedy and a time to remember the tens of thousands of Jews who were murdered for their beliefs.
_Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. This Tisha B’Av honors the fight by fasting and feeling the misery felt by our ancestors.
_Celebrated by the Jewish, Tisha B’Av is a day to pray, fast and cry for all the miseries that their ancestors have faced.
_Tisha B’Av in the Jewish culture is a day to be serious and understand the expressions of distress that their ancestors went through.
_Like a minute of silence is practiced in honor of the dead, Tisha B’av is an annual practice of fasts and various other customs in the honor of the hardships faced by the Jews.
_Freedom is not passed to the children in their bloodstream. it is fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same. This day of Tisha B’Av understand the pain and sorrow and fast.
_Feel the pain and the sorrow of the ancestral Jews and follow the practice of five prohibitions and a 25 hour fast on this day and show your respect.
_Destruction of culture and values always leave a mark on the whole community. Tisha B’Av is the day for the whole community to get together and fast to get through the pain.
_The faith to live free as they are and their never giving up attitude brought the Jews closer to their freedom. Tisha B’Av is the day to commemorate all the struggles faced throughout the way.
_Tisha B’Av is the day to remember the misfortunes that befell our fathers on the ninth of Av. The destruction of the holy temple and the scar that it left on the Jewish culture.
_The day of Tisha B’Av is a cry of despair. A day to mourn the loss and the pain encountered by the Jewish people throughout history.
_A tragedy of a nation cannot be ignored. The day of Tisha B’Av is celebrated with a long fast to bring into light the tragedy that happened with the Jewish people.
_The day of Tisha B’Av is one of the most important and saddest days in the Jewish calendar as it helps to remember the struggles and the misfortunes faced by the Jewish community.
_Women, men and children stand together arm in arm with their family and friends gathered together to mourn on the day of Tisha B’Av.
_On the day of Tisha B’Av, one must focus on the mourning and the repentance and let go of all his work and other obligations for the day.
_The day of Tisha B’Av is the day for more and extra charity like on every day of a fast.
_On the day of Tisha B’Av it is important to take part in the fasting and mourning the struggle and the hardships of the Jewish community.
_During the period of Tisha B’Av, it is important to not eat or drink anything and fast for a 25-hour long period to pay respect to our Jewish ancestors.
_Even in the mourning and the sadness and element of joy and comfort can be found. The day of Tisha B’Av is the day to find that joy and comfort.
_“Restore us to You, O Lord, that we may be restored! Renew our days as of old.” Mourn on the day of Tisha B’Av and remember all the sacrifices made by our ancestors.
_through a tough journey Jews survived all the defeats, expulsions, persecutions and pogroms, the centuries in which they were regarded as a pariah people. Tisha B’Av day is the day to present your respect to the hardships faced along the journey.
_The day of Tisha B’Av is the mark of the beginning of the misfortunes on the Jewish culture, the day when the fire was set.
_Tisha B’Av is the day of remembrance of the faith that the Jews never gave up and the belief that one day they would be free to live as Jews without fear
_The day of Tisha B’Av amongst Jewish is a day to feel the pain and respect the misfortunes faced by the Jewish culture including the destruction of the Temple.
_On the day of Tisha B’Av, show your respect to the tragedy by not wearing cosmetics, leather or shaving as well not making idle conversation, smiling or laughing on the date.
_In the Jewish calendar, Tisha B’Av is the day to remember and mourn the misfortunes and the tragedy befallen on all our fathers and the destruction of the Jewish culture faced by them.
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