My one suggestion is this:
Celebrate your father's festivals and add to them something of yourself, according to your taste and your energy. The basic principle is that whatever you do be done in faith, out of a living emotion and a spiritual need. And do not become too sophisticated. Our fathers never grew weary of their Sabbaths and festivals, even though they observed them during their lives in one form. They always found new savor in them. And do you know why? Because they were not jaded and the blessings of the holidays dwelt with them.
Haim Nahman Bialik, A letter to a friend, 1930
During the academic year, we celebrate Jewish and Israeli holidays: Hanukkah, Tu B'Shvat, Purim, Pesach, Yom Haa'tzmatut (Independence Day), Shavuot and Lag B'Omer and commemorate Yom Hazikaron (Memorial Day for the fallen soldiers) and Yom HaShoa.
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