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Noah and the Flood
Most of us can recall the story of Noah and the Flood from our childhood. There are more pieces to this tale than building an ark, surviving a flood, and seeing a rainbow at the end.
Parsha Bamidbar is chock full of metaphorical lessons that we can easily apply to modern times.
In this week's Parsha, the Jewish people are still making their way in the desert. While a walk in the desert may sound tedious, this journey is anything but boring.
Resources and teachings on the Oral Law, the Talmud.
Texts of Judaism
Diving into Judaism can feel overwhelming. There are so many texts that are central to Jewish study. Here is a rundown of a few you will want to be familiar with.
The Book of Lamentations
During The Three Weeks, we mourn the destruction of the Holy Temple - along with other calamities that have befallen our people through time. On Tisha B'Av, which occurs at the end of The Three Weeks, we read the Book of Lamentations.
The Talmud and Daf Yomi
Daf Yomi is a "page a day" of studying the Talmud. Learning groups around the world participate in this seven and half years cycle of learning.
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