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Acquiring Torah 24: Three Lessons Print E-mail

Kabbalas HaTorahRabbi Joshua bar Chananiah remarked: No one has ever had the better of me except a woman, a little boy and a little girl. What was the incident with the woman? I was once staying at an inn where the hostess served
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Acquiring Torah 23: Teaching to Honor Print E-mail

ShavuotOur Rabbis learned: What was the procedure of the instruction in the oral law? Moses learned from the mouth of the Omnipotent. Then Aaron entered and Moses taught him his lesson. Aaron then moved aside and sat
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Acquiring Torah 22: Torah Tools Print E-mail

Torah StudyRabbi Chisda stated: The Torah can only be acquired with the aid of mnemonic signs, for it is said: “Put it in their mouths (Devarim 31:19,”) read not, ‘put it,’ ‘Simah,’ but, ‘its mnemonic sign,’ ‘Simanim.’
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Acquiring Torah 21: A Fresh Perspective Print E-mail
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Torah StudyRabbi Pereda had a pupil whom he taught his lesson four hundred times before the latter could master it. On a certain day having been requested to attend to a religious matter he taught him as usual but the pupil could not
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Acquiring Torah 20: Articulation: Part 2: Commitment to the Agenda Print E-mail
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ShavuotThe Jews found themselves in a dangerous situation in which the usual approaches such as that used by Rabbi Reuben son of Istroboli did not work, because it had nothing to do with logic, but a visceral hatred of Jews
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Acquiring Torah 20: Articulation: Part 1: The Story & Questions Print E-mail
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ShavuotThe Roman government had once issued a decree that [Jews] might not keep the Sabbath, circumcise their children, and that they should have intercourse with menstruant women. Thereupon Rabbi Reuben son of Istroboli
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Midot Hayom: Day 29: Chesed in Hod Print E-mail

MidotOnce a man uncovered a woman’s hair in the street. When she complained to Rabbi Akiva he ordered the offender to pay her four hundred zuz. Said the man, “Rabbi, allow me time to pay the judgment.” Rabbi Akiva agreed.
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Midot Hayom: Day 28: Malchut in Netzach Print E-mail

MidotThe Holy One, Blessed is He, had said to the angel of Death: Go and bring Me the soul of Moshe.” He went to look for him but could not find him. So he went to the Great Sea and asked, “Has Moshe been here?” The sea
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Midot Hayom: Day 27: Yesod in Netzach Print E-mail

MidotAbba Shaul says: There are four types of Torah scholars: One who learns but does not teach others; one who teaches others but does not learn; one who learns and teaches others; and one who does not learn and does not
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Midot Hayom: Day 26: Hod in Netzach Print E-mail

MidotTeach the members of your household humility. If a poor man comes to the door of a humble man with a humble family, asking: “Is your father in?” they will answer, “Yes, please come in.” Even before he steps inside,
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