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The world was created with ten utterances. What does this come to teach us? Certainly, it could have been created with a single utterance. However, this is in order to make the wicked accountable for destroying a world that was created with ten utterances, and to reward the righteous for sustaining a world that was created with ten utterances. (Ethics of Our Fathers ch.5:1)

The world was created with ten utterances. What does this come to teach us? Certainly, it could have been created with a single utterance. However, this is in order to make the wicked accountable for destroying a world that was created with ten utterances, and to reward the righteous for sustaining a world that was created with ten utterances. (Ethics of Our Fathers ch.5:1)

Shimon the Righteous was among the last surviving members of the Great assembly. He would say: The world stands on three things: Torah, the service of God, and deeds of kindness. (Ethics of Our Fathers 1:2)

Shimon the Righteous was among the last surviving members of the Great assembly. He would say: The world stands on three things: Torah, the service of God, and deeds of kindness. (Ethics of Our Fathers 1:2)

One who learns from his fellow…a single law…must treat him with respect. For so we find with David, king of Israel, who did not learn anything from Achitofel except for two things alone, yet he called him his "master," his "guide" and his "intimate"… (Ethics of Our Fathers, ch.6:3)

One who learns from his fellow…a single law…must treat him with respect. For so we find with David, king of Israel, who did not learn anything from Achitofel except for two things alone, yet he called him his "master," his "guide" and his "intimate"… (Ethics of Our Fathers, ch.6:3)

Rabbi Shimon would say: There are three crowns—the crown of Torah, the crown of priesthood and the crown of sovereignty—but the crown of good name surmounts them all. (Ethics of Our Fathers 4:13)

Rabbi Shimon would say: There are three crowns—the crown of Torah, the crown of priesthood and the crown of sovereignty—but the crown of good name surmounts them all. (Ethics of Our Fathers 4:13)

The primary focus of the Ashrei prayer is the verse in which we acknowledge and request that God provide sustenance to all living beings. In this lesson we peel away at the layers of meaning in the central theme of Ashrei.

The primary focus of the Ashrei prayer is the verse in which we acknowledge and request that God provide sustenance to all living beings. In this lesson we peel away at the layers of meaning in the central theme of Ashrei.

Parshah Mnemonics: Noach - Decoding the hidden messages - Parshah Mnemonics

Parshah Mnemonics: Noach - Decoding the hidden messages - Parshah Mnemonics

Parshah Mnemonics: Lech-Lecha - Decoding the hidden messages - Parshah Mnemonics

Parshah Mnemonics: Lech-Lecha - Decoding the hidden messages - Parshah Mnemonics

Advanced Talmud Study - Text based classes on Gemara

Advanced Talmud Study - Text based classes on Gemara

Since the redaction of the Talmud around the year 500, no single text apart from the Torah itself has played a more vital role in the preservation and development of Jewish education. What is the Talmud?

Since the redaction of the Talmud around the year 500, no single text apart from the Torah itself has played a more vital role in the preservation and development of Jewish education. What is the Talmud?

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