Torah tzivoh lonu Moshe
moroshoh kehilas Ya'akov.

Sh'ma Yis-ro-el, A-do-noi E-lo-hei-nu, A-do-noi E-chod.

B'chol dor vodor chayov odom liros es atzmo k'ilu hu yotzo mi-mitz-rayim.

Kol yisroel yesh lohem cheilek l'olom haboh shene-emar v'amech kulom tzadikim, l'olom yirshu oretz neitzer mato-ay ma'asey yodai l'hispoer.

Ki korov eile-choh hadovor meod beficha uvilvacha la'asoso.

V'hinei Hashem nitzov olov umeloh chol ho-oretz k'vodo umabit olov uvochein k'lo-yos voleiv im ovdo koro-uy.

Bereishis boro El-o-him es hasho-mayim v'es ho-oretz.

Veshi-nart-tom Levo-ne-cho
Ve-dibar-to Bom,
Be-shiv-techo Be-vai-se-cho Uve-lech-techo Va-derech,
Uve-shoch-be-cho Uvekume-cho.

Yogati v'lo motzosi al ta-amin, lo yogati umo-tzosi al ta-amin, yogati umotzosi ta-amin.

V'ohavto l'rea-acho komocho rabbi Akivo omer zeh klal godol baTorah.

V'zeh kol ho-odom v'sach-lish bri-oso uvrias kol ho-olo-mos elyonim v'sach-tonim, li'he-yos lo diroh zu b'sachtonim.

Yismach Yisroel be-osov, peirush shekol mi she-hu, mizera Yisroel yesh lo lismo-ach b'simchas Hashem asher sos v'some-ach bediro-so b'sach-tonim.


The Torah that Moshe commanded us is the heritage of the congregation of Yaakov.

Hear, O Israel, the L-rd is our G‑d, the L-rd is One. In every generation one must look upon himself as if he personally had gone out of Egypt.

All Israel have a share in the World To Come, as it is stated (Isaiah 60:21): 'And Your people are tzadikkim (righteous).' They shall inherit the land forever. They are the branch of My planting, the work of My hands, in which I take pride. It is within your close reach to follow the Torah in speech, feeling and deed."

G‑d stands over him, and the whole earth is full of His glory, and He searches his mind and heart (to see) if he is serving Him as is fitting.

In the beginning G‑d created the heavens and the earth.

And you shall teach the Torah to your children, and you should speak about it when you are home and when you travel, before you lie down to sleep and when you wake up.

If someone says, "I have worked hard, and I have not been successful," don't believe him. If someone says, "I have not worked hard and I have been successful," don't believe him. If someone says, "I have worked hard, and I have been successful," believe him!!!

Rabbi Akiva says that, "To love your fellow as yourself," is a great basic principle of the Torah.

The purpose of the creation of every Jew and of all the worlds is to make a dwelling place for G‑d in this world."

The Jews should rejoice in their Maker. Every Jew should share in G‑d's joy, Who rejoices and is happy in His dwelling place in this world."