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Jonah and Nineveh

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Studying the Biblical Narrative of Jonah
The narrative of Jonah is a popular biblical story, and is the haftarah read on Yom Kippur at Minchah. Join us for an in-depth study of the text with its layers of meanings.
The Inside Story
An inside look at the fascinating story from the Prophets of Yonah, based on the classic commentary of the Alshich, as elucidated in Chassidic teachings.
There’s something clearly pointing me in a specific direction. How do I know if it’s a sign from G‑d saying “This is what I want you to do”—or a test to see whether I can withstand the pressure?
You are Jonah. The real you, for “Jonah”—in Kabbalistic parlance—is another name for the soul. Hence, the story of Jonah is the story of a soul’s journey here on earth.
A Yom Kippur Message
Why read about the Jewish people’s enemy on Yom Kippur; a day that represents the intimate bond between the Jewish soul and G-d?
From Abraham, our forefather, Jews have never followed the status quo to do what everyone else does. Here are the stories of two righteous prophets who teach us how to be positive rebels by going against the flow to accomplish great things.
Artist’s Statement: This piece is a Hamsa-shaped depiction of the book of Jonah, in which the prophet Jonah tries to flee G‑d’s command and is swallowed by a whale.
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