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Parshah (Weekly Torah Reading)

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Parshah (Weekly Torah Reading): The weekly Torah portion.
Is All Life Sacred? Is All Natural Beauty Divine?
Is preservation of our forests and the great diversity of the species of our planet a concern that emerges out of my Jewishness, or from outside my Jewishness?
A taste of Shazak Parsha, where the weekly Torah portion comes alive! Geared for kids... Great for adults!
What was Noah's plan that offered him solace, hope, and rescue?
The story does not say where the dove found the leaf, nor how this convinced Noah that it was safe to unseal the door of the vessel that had kept him and his family safe for an entire year.
An Essay on Noach
Ascending in holiness is not a simple matter. It involves an intrinsic danger, to which Noah fell prey. When one is occupied with a world that is entirely holy, he lives in it alone, and he is liable to forget that there are other people that exist in the...
How can it be that mere theft brought a much worse punishment than open rebellion against G‑d?
1. In this week’s parshah the Torah introduces Noach, and we learn of some of the ordeals he encountered during his lifetime. At the outset the Torah describes his personality as that of a “Tzaddik” — a “righteous man.” The Torah adds, “Tamim hayah bedoro...
Something went terribly wrong. The beautiful, pristine world we read about in the beginning of Genesis had turned corrupt. G‑d decided to hit reset and begin anew.
Throughout the ages, the location of Noah’s Ark has been a subject of fascination, with some even claiming to have found it.
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