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The purpose of the commandments are to keep our lives focused on what's truly important: family, community, and a relationship with God.
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As a ceremony vocalist I know how hard and confusing this period is for families and loved ones.
A Jewish boy automatically becomes Bar Mitzvah when he turns 13 years old, and a girl at age 12.
(In general, girls tend to mature earlier than boys.) On a deeper level, just as their bodies are growing and changing, so too their souls are growing and changing.