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The Book of Numbers (Bamidbar) and the overall 10 censuses are devoted to the absolute value of counting: the indispensability & worth of each human being.
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Our sages explain the significance of Shemini Atzeret. Shemini Atzeret is the one-day festival that immediately follows the seven-day festival of Sukkot.
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Both Mattot and Massei are parashiyot read during the Three Weeks – both are lessons on galut.
Two essential laws of the menorah: it should be forged of a single piece of gold & its diverse lights should face each other in harmony with their source.
The verses in Parshat Beha’alotecha specify two laws of the menorah corresponding to two visions of man provided by Rashi and Nachmanides.
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Discover the power of community, and how its synergy enhances individuality. Learn how a kindred spirit can help you access your uniqueness.
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The letters in the Torah reflect each Jew as an individual, but similarly contributing to the same overall message.
From the French Revolution to the times of Moshiach, the Jewish people continues to cling to unity, identity, and G-d.
In the Torah portion Pinchas, Moses was instructed to take a census of the Jewish people in the desert. Counting numbers is easy, counting souls not so much
On the Shabbat before Rosh Hashanah we read Parshat Nitzavim, which begins with the contradictory words: “You stand today, all of you, before G-d your G-d”