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Parshah (Weekly Torah Reading)

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Parshah (Weekly Torah Reading): The weekly Torah portion.
Moses wasn’t telling Yitro anything he didn’t know. Rather, he was trying to see if his father-in-law really possessed the mettle to join G‑d’s people.
A taste of Shazak Parsha, where the weekly Torah portion comes alive! Geared for kids... Great for adults!
Enjoy creating and serving these delicious cupcakes for this week's Torah portion.
The story can be found in a Midrashic commentary to Psalm 68: “Why do you lurk, you lofty mountains … ?”
For generations, the commentators have struggled with this story. : Why would Moses not have come to this realization on his own?
"How do we break 'out of the box' and not end up like Mr. Smith, suggesting dumb ideas to the fisherman? Jethro, our parshah’s titular character, knew the answer"
An Essay on Parshat Yitro
On the plane of the soul there can be no criterion by which to determine who is higher and who is lower. As a result, it can truly be said that “all the people in the community are holy.”
Rabbinic enactments take us beyond the strict letter of the law, reflecting the deep, innate Jewish desire to cleave to God's ways.
Sinai was a spiritual revelation that changed the way the Jews perceived the meaning of existence.
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