Resultados da Pesquisa "massei"
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A Parashá animada com o moré micha animado - Matot-Massei
Parashá animada - Parashat Matot-Massê A Parashá animada com o moré micha animado - Matot-Massei
Parashat Massei - a influência dos intereses.
As Pérolas da Parasha - Massei Parashat Matot - reconhecer o bem recebido.
How Many Times Did We Leave Egypt?
Why is it repeated? Why are many travels in Massei "according to the word of G-d"
O valor de uma vida
Quanto vale uma vida?
Parshat Massei - Part 1
The Torah recapitulates the route of the children of Israel from Egypt until the arrival at the Jordan river, just before the crossing that takes them into the Promised Land. What is the fundamental message we can learn from this repetition?
Parshat Massei - Part 2
The Torah states explicitly that the Land Of Israel is an inheritance to the Jewish people. How does this inheritance apply to us today? Why does Jewish status go after the mother, whereas tribal affiliation is defined by the father?
Parshat Massei - Part 3
Rabbi Lauffer discusses the differences between the borders defined by the Torah and the borders we have today; as well as the reason why the Land of Israel is not naturally fertile, and more
Massei - Devotion
Rabbi Botton delivers mystical insights to this week's portion, focusing on Divine providence and devotion to observing the commandments of the Torah
Massei: Don’t Spare the Children - R. Yemima Mizrachi
Don't spare the childrena deep appreciation of what our nation has gone through
Parshat Massei - Part 5
What can we do to prevent others from committing murder? Are we responsible for sins we commit accidentally? What are we held accountable for according to the Torah?
Parshat Massei - Part 4
Why does the Torah command us to create an ecological setup around the cities of the Levites? One who commits manslaughter accidentally may escape to a City of Refuge – What's life like in the City of Refuge?
Massei - Developing Sensitivity Through the Mitzvot
The prohibition to not kill may not seem relevant to most of us, yet the Maharal demonstrates that it teaches us to develop our sensitivity towards accidental deaths