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In the Mishnah, R' Yehudah says that if a metzorah (one who suffers from Biblical leprosy) enters someone's home uninvited, the home becomes defiled within the amount of time it takes to light the Shabbat candles. What is the deeper, spiritual meaning of ...
Kabbalah and the Bible – Tazria-Metzora
Tzaraat is a supernatural skin discoloration which signifies ritual impurity. The declaration and diagnosis of tzaraat is only through the kohen, why?
Tazria-Metzora Parshah Report
Ever heard the old saying, “Never let a monkey feed you grapes”? Well, neither did Jono. Join Jono and Gefilte Fish as they explore the fascinating topic of old-world diseases, and learn about being careful with what you say about other people along the w...
Lyrics: Speaking badly of others is not a kind act For once you hurt someone, you can’t take it back As punishment for lashon hara a terrible deed The sickness of tzoroas, was then decreed If a white spot was found on the body or neck A man had to go to t...
Experience the gems of the Parsha with the classic commentaries, and a kabbalstic twist.
The parshiyot of Tazri’a and Metzora deal with the laws of tzara’at (conventionally translated as “leprosy”): the diagnosis of the symptoms of this disease which incurs a state of ritual impurity; how to deal with those afflicted by it; and the procedures...
Much of the Torah portions of Tazria and Metzora deals with the laws of nega’im , a condition of impurity (not found nowadays) affecting people, their clothing and their dwellings, that came as a result of an individual’s spiritual failings. With regard t...
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