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There are more insects in the world than any other kind of animal species. In fact, 95% of the species in the world are insects! Learn all about these small creatures, and the lessons they teach us.
My son killed a spider and now feels remorseful. He wants to know if the spider had a soul.
Although not kosher, Judaism has some complimentary things to say about insects.
Although not kosher, one worm played an important role in construction of the Temple.
Although not kosher, Judaism has some complimentary things to say about bugs.
Study the daily lesson of Sefer HaMitzvos for day 96 with Rabbi Mendel Kaplan, where he teaches the mitzvah in-depth with added insight and detail.
Butterflies as a group, are probably the most beautiful of all insects. They are named for the yellow color of some common species of butterflies. The butterfly has a large eye on each side of its head. Each eye is made up of a large number of tiny eyes. ...
Few insects have been so richly endowed by the Creator as the honeybee. Honeybees are the only insects that provide an important food for man. Moreover, they are useful in helping more than 100,000 kinds of plants to exist and multiply, since the honeybee...
Ants are amazing little creatures that get into picnic lunches and sometimes also into our kitchens and bathrooms. Wherever they appear, they are busily running around foraging for whatever they may find to eat and carry home. These are the "worker" ants....
Understanding Shavuot
On the one hand, using just enough impact to break through a walnut shell, leaving the nut intact, is a supernatural feat. On the other hand, it is only natural for a butterfly to break out of its bonds and leave its cocoon...
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