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Infinite Wisdom

The Torah... A Mitzvah that Unifies and Informs

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Infinite Wisdom: The Torah... A Mitzvah that Unifies and Informs

G-d, who formed and created man and all that exists, shares His wisdom, understanding and knowledge with us through the Torah, enabling us to maximize our potential and fulfill our life's purpose.
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Anonymous April 1, 2016

Music? What's the music played here? Reply

chavie shizgal timbuktoo June 14, 2013

same music!!! this is the same music as in "one"!!!! Reply

Monica Nigri February 24, 2013

Thank you Reply

David Levant Emerson, N.J. June 15, 2012

Who found Who? Did G-D find Abraham or did Abraham find G-D? Did G-D choose Abraham because of his inner convictions,or did Abraham discover the existence of G-D before he was chosen? Maybe they both found each other. Reply

Molly Longview, TX June 14, 2012

RE: "We were not chosen by G-d" I would like to add that, all nations were given the opportunity to be chosen, and all rejected the opportunity. From my understanding, the Jewish nation were last in line and pretty much had to say yes. I think this adds to story of the 3.500-year-old struggle. Also, Abram was the only man during his time who realized that G-d was ONE and that idols were powerless, therefore G-d reached out to him rather than anyone else.

I will add that I am a Noahide--not Jewish, and I may very well be incorrect. Reply

Aileen Goldstein NY, NY December 17, 2011

This sent a powerful message to Jews:that there is a driving force that guides us in our lives; that the world can be complicated but there is direction for us! I felt so proud to be a Jew after watching this video. I know your organization took great care to put this together. Reply

Peter P Ireland December 6, 2011

Re: "we were not chosen by G-d" Hashem did not choose a race per se, at a particular point in history. He chose Avraham and formed a covenant with him and his descendents. He called him out of Ur of Chaldea and showed him the land of promise. Avraham and his descendents, Yitzhak and Yaakov (subsequently renamed Yisrael, by Hashem) are our Patriachs, and we received Torah from Har Sinai when Moshe was leading us to Israel.
So, it could be more accurately put, that Hashem chose one man in history, formed a Covenant with him which extended to his descendents, and through whom all the world will be blessed. Reply

Mrs. Marcela Mahler October 9, 2011

We are the chosen people. If I understand this correctly: we were not chosen by G-d og G-d did not find us, but we found G-d and chose to follow him.

Why do we pray so as following?:

In brechot hatorah:
Baruch atá......asher bachar banu mikol haamim venatan lanu et torato. Reply

Mrs. Marcela Mahler October 9, 2011

We are the chosen people Why were we chosen by G-d?
This is the question I have been asking me for a long time.
At the end of the first third of the video there is an answer to this question: It says that we were not chosen by G-d, but we were the ones who chose and accepted the Torah.
Do I understand this correctly? Reply

Anonymous UK April 17, 2011

Thank you for this awesome presentation Reply

Sandra L. Johnson highland, indiana April 6, 2011

Wisdom We need to always ask questions.
This is the way to understanding. We will never know anthing except what we do not yet know. Reply

Stella H Howell wokingham, England March 26, 2011

Torah & Kosher Meat I am keen to understand the Torah teachings on Kosher Meat. Thank you. Reply

Anonymous Saskatoon, Canada January 2, 2011

Beautiful Presentation This presentation illustrates so beautifully what Torah is to each and every Jew. We have THE source Reply

Illia Ardsley, NY March 29, 2010

Infinite wisdom This documentary was wonderful. I gave great insight to how the torah is taught and was developed. It also gave me a better understanding as a jewish woman how to raise my daughter with proper jewish morals and values. Reply

Chani Benjaminson, chabad.org August 2, 2009

Sharing on Facebook We already have that option available! Click on the 'share' button on the top or bottom of the page. You'll find a link to Facebook and many other social networking sites right there. Reply

holly israel miami, fl August 2, 2009

can you please allow us to link this video to our facebookk profiles? Reply

Anonymous June 28, 2009

true, it's all very, very true Reply

Gisela Sellers St Petersburg, FL.USA June 2, 2009

My heart is there I now have wach this vidio 4 times and I can`t help but cry every time, because it is true if I need to discribe myself as a Jew and why I do the things I do, why do I love G-D so much, this is the way of discribe me
I am a JEW. Reply

Irene Alhanati Rio de Janeiro, Brazil May 28, 2009

Infinite Wisdom This video is beautiful! Thank you. Reply

meirfuchs jerusalem, israel March 10, 2009

torah so good, so essential Reply

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