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Shavuot Reading
How 49 and 49 Equal 49

There are no bad character traits. There are only badly channeled ones.
A Mother’s Unconditional Love: The Secret Behind the Torah’s Transmission

Do I love them enough as they are? Or am I always trying to fit them into a “perfect” picture.
What Is Shavuot?
The Torah was given more than 3300 years ago. Every year on the holiday of Shavuot we renew our acceptance of G‑d’s gift, and G‑d “re-gives” the Torah. Learn how to celebrate this special holiday . . .
Parshah
Tribes

If the leaders of the 12 tribes of Israel each brought the same gift in honor of the Tabernacle’s inauguration, why does the Torah repeat the 35-item list twelve times, making Naso the longest Parshah in the Torah? There is a lesson here, says the Lubavitcher Rebbe, on the meaning of harmony, unity and tribalism.
Naso Haftarah Companion

The haftarah for Naso is the story of Samson's birth, even before which he was ordained from On High to be a lifelong nazir.
Your Questions
Why Two Rollers for a Torah and One for a Megillah?

Why does a Torah scroll have two poles or rollers, while the Megillah (Book of Esther), which is also read from a scroll of parchment, only has one rollers (or none at all)?
Story
How the 'Silver Torah' Survived the Nazis

Julius sent a trusted courier to his parents with a note: “Give this man the most valuable items.”
Voices
Tefillin on the Train

An Israeli public figure who couldn’t refuse a request to put on tefillin, and the emotional chain of events that followed . . .
Spending Shabbat in the ER

It was the most uncomfortable Shabbat I have ever experienced. What was meant to be a quick visit to the emergency room turned into a hospital admission over Shabbat, with no advance warning.
Lifestyle
Moshiach will restore the kingdom of David to its glory of old, to its original sovereignty. He will build the Holy Temple and gather the dispersed of Israel. In his times, all laws [of the Torah] will be reinstated as before; the sacrifices will be offered, and the Sabbatical year and the Jubilee year will be instituted…
— Maimonides
Print Magazine

The Torah and a Jew are one.

So much so, that even a Jew who claims he has no connection with the Torah—when pushed up against a wall, even that Jew will hold the Torah as the most precious thing in life.

Bamidbar 5739:7.