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Leviticus, the Book of

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Leviticus, the Book of: The third of the Five Books of Moses, describes the inauguration of the Tabernacle, and contains many of the mitzvot, including the laws of sacrifices.
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Metzora (45)
Acharei (42)
Kedoshim (48)
Emor (54)
Behar (45)
Introduction to the Book of Leviticus
A short introduction to Vayikra, the third book of the Torah, which details the various offerings brought in the Holy Temple.
A Taste of Text—Bechukotai
In a healthy relationship, the love must deepen and grow, or the relationship is at risk of becoming static and stale. The same is true in our relationship with G‑d.
A Taste of Text—Emor
The holidays are spiritual days that “call to us” to stop the ordinary activities of our lives. They also enable us to “call forth” and tap into the spiritual resources that these days hold.
A Taste of Text—Kedoshim
On a simple level, loving another means treating them with the respect with which you would want to be treated. On a deeper level, it is the ability to love another, like a father loves a child, regardless of who and what they are.
A Taste of Text—Tazria
Can you imagine a world bereft of evil talk, rumors, slander and gossip? What would it look like?
A Taste of Text—Shemini
Though we are not expected to react like Aaron, our own lives are rarely easy. To accept life’s challenges, we need to cultivate our faith that G‑d runs the world.
A Taste of Text—Tzav
When you love life, you’re less likely to feel weighed down by your inadequacies.
A Taste of Text—Vayikra
Experience your largeness, but at the same time feel your smallness. Talents are gifts endowed to you by G‑d.
Something Spiritual on Parshat Acharei-Mot
Why Jewish law is called halacha, which means walking or movement.
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