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Negative Speech (Lashon Hora)

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A Taste of Text—Tazria
Can you imagine a world bereft of evil talk, rumors, slander and gossip? What would it look like?
Tell your kids not to tell or tell them to always keep you up-to-date? First, let’s clarify the parameters of negative talk.
Learn some of the history of Lashon Harah (negative speech) in the Torah, the damage that it does in the world, and the power that it gives to Satan.
Growing Weekly: Parshat Tazria-Metzorah
Parshat Tazriah-Metzorah
Words are empowering. Words encourage us to reach unbelievable goals. But words can also destroy. What will your words do?
Life Lessons from Parshat Metzora
The biblical skin discoloring of tzaraat was a consequence of spiritual failing, primarily due to lashon hara or gossip. Our words have extraordinary, far-reaching impact.
Jewish Ethics: Lesson 1
Understanding lashon harah, gossip, slander and other kinds of harmful speech. What kind of talk is forbidden and what kind is permitted.
Kabbalistically speaking, nothing is more powerful than speaking. Take a look inside the "peh" and you'll see the "bet" of creation.
Why doesn’t Judaism endorse freedom of speech? According to Kabbalah, speech is very powerful and the words leave an energetic imprint on the world.
When hearing something negative about another
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