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Shavuot: (lit. “weeks”) The one-day holiday (two in the Diaspora) commemorating the Giving of the Torah on Mount Sinai. This late-spring holiday commences on the fiftieth day (the morrow of seven “weeks”) following the second day of Passover.
An in depth presentation of Chassidic teachings on the weekly Parshah.
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Torah brings peace to the world. More than a guide for social justice and personal morality, Torah brings harmony to nature itself making good and evil, light and darkness, serve a greater good - G-d's vast eternal plan.
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Torah brings peace to the world. More than a guide for social justice and personal morality, Torah brings harmony to nature itself making good and evil, light and darkness, serve a greater good - G-d's vast eternal plan.
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Some of the Halachik laws pertaining to the festival of Shavuot in-depth.
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Some of the Halachik laws pertaining to the festival of Shavuot in-depth.
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Some of the Halachik laws pertaining to the festival of Shavuot in-depth.
Some of the Halachik laws pertaining to the festival of Shavuot in-depth.
Shavuot is the culmination of the counting of the 49 days of the Omer. It marks the giving of the Torah on Mt. Sinai. The Ten Commandments are read in synagogues on Shavuot just as they were in the desert on Mt. Sinai over 3,300 years ago.
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