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The Preciousness of the Jew (2)

The Preciousness of the Jew (2)

Ethics of Our Fathers: Avot 3:14

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The Preciousness of the Jew: Ethics of Our Fathers: Avot 3:14

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Anonymous Fla May 30, 2016

Your lectures uplift me, intrigue me and speak to my questions.
I think I'm a Jew but I was raised non religious and can not commit to an understanding or acceptance of one (or any) God. Still, I feel a connection to Jewish people in my soul, and I feel that we all do have "souls" within us. I am only just discovering the rich heritage of Judaism and hope to keep exploring it with an open mind & heart.
Thank you Rabbi Kaplan. Reply

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.