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Ethics of Our Fathers: Avot 5:1
The world was created with ten utterances. What does this come to teach us? Certainly, it could have been created with a single utterance.
Ethics of Our Fathers: Avot 5:1
The virtue of Teshuvah: Making a change in your life and turning things around.
Audio | 45:15
Why Ten?
Part 1 of 4 - Ethics of Our Fathers: Avot 5:1
Explore creation and the implication of the words: “The world was created by means of ten Divine utterances.”
Audio | 33:51
Why Ten?
Part 2 of 4 - Ethics of Our Fathers: Avot 5:1
Explore creation and the implication of the words: “The world was created by means of ten Divine utterances.”
Audio | 48:15
Why Ten
Part 3 of 4 - Ethics of Our Fathers: Avot 5:1
Explore creation and the implication of the words: “The world was created by means of ten Divine utterances.”
Audio | 55:27
Why Ten
Part 4 of 4 - Ethics of Our Fathers: Avot 5:1
Explore creation and the implication of the words: “The world was created by means of ten Divine utterances.”
Audio | 52:32
Miracles and Trials
Ethics of Our Fathers: Avot 5:3
With ten tests our father Abraham was tested and he withstood them all--in order to make known how great our father Abraham’s love [for G-d] was.
Ethics of Our Fathers: Avot 5:4
Ten miracles were performed for our forefathers in Egypt, and another ten at the sea. Ten afflictions were wrought by G-d upon the Egyptians in Egypt, and another ten at the sea.
Audio | 51:45
Ten Tests
Ethics of Our Fathers: Avot 5:4
With ten tests our forefathers tested G-d in the desert, as is stated (Numbers 14:22), "They tested Me these ten times, and did not hearken to My voice."
Ethics of Our Fathers: Avot 5:5
Ten miracles were performed for our forefathers in the Holy Temple.
Ethics of Our Fathers: Avot 5:5
Ten miracles were performed for our forefathers in the Holy Temple.
Ethics of Our Fathers: Avot 5:5
Ten miracles were performed for our forefathers in the Holy Temple.
Part 1: Ethics of Our Fathers: Avot 5:10
There are four types of people: One who says, "What is mine is yours, and what is yours is mine" is a boor. One who says "What is mine is mine, and what is yours is yours" -- this is a median characteristic; others say that this is the character of a Sodomite.
Part 2: Ethics of Our Fathers: Avot 5:10
One who says, "What is mine is yours, and what is yours is yours" is a chassid (pious person). And one who says "What is mine is mine, and what is yours is mine" is wicked.
Ethics of the Fathers is a tractate of the Mishna that details the Torah's views on ethics and interpersonal relationships. Enjoy insights, audio classes and stories on these fascinating topics.