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But perhaps the greatest challenge is to make the day unforgettable not for the guests but for the real center of attention — the Bat Mitzvah girl or Bar Mitzvah boy. If the event is shallow and pretentious, they will see Judaism as shallow and pretentious. But if it is meaningful and inspiring, their Jewish identity will be reinforced and they will be proud of their heritage. What can we do to ensure that our children will be positively affected and transformed by the experience?
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Thus bar mitzvah and bat mitzvah literally translate to "son of commandment" and "daughter of commandment". However, in rabbinical usage, the word bar means "under the category of" or "subject to". Bar mitzvah therefore translates to "a [agent] who is subject to the law". Although the term is commonly used to refer to the ritual itself, in fact, the phrase originally refers to the person. History[ edit ] The modern method of celebrating becoming a bar mitzvah did not exist in the time of the Hebrew Bible , Mishnah or Talmud.