Jewish Wisdom
in the 21st Century

The whole history of the Jews is, in fact, one of reviewing basic understandings and reformulating adequate responses to changing situations.

Rabbi Moshe Pitchon

Pesaj este año

Pesaj este año “Epidemia” y “Pandemia” son términos científicos diseñados para describir una amenaza que requiere inmediatas y radicales respuestas, capaces de evitar que otra

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Pesah this Year

Pesah this Year “Epidemic,” and “Pandemic” are scientific terms designed to describe a threat that requires immediate extreme responses to forestall a life form from

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Pêssach este ano

Pêssach este ano “Epidemia” e “Pandemia” são termos científicos para descrever uma ameaça que requer respostas extremas imediatas para impedir que uma forma de vida

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A lembrança do passado

A lembrança do passado Quando o ser humano não é considerado em termos puramente biológicos, somos o que lembramos. A memória é fundamental para a

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La métaphore Nesher

La métaphore Nesher Lorsque la TaNaKh a voulu expliquer comment Israël doit acquérir les outils nécessaires pour jouer le rôle dans le monde qui lui

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La metáfora del Nesher

La metáfora del Nesher Cuando el TaNaKh- la Literatura Fundacional de Israel- quiso explicar cómo Israel adquirió las herramientas necesarias para desempeñar el papel que

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The Nesher Metaphor

The Nesher Metaphor When the TaNaKh wanted to explain how Israel is to acquire the tools needed to play the role in the world it

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Parlons des miracles

Le “Miracle” Parlez de l’Exode d’Egypte et la première chose qui vous vient à l’esprit est le mot “miracle”, la fente de la mer qui

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“Ausência” de Deus

“Ausência” de Deus O Livro do Êxodo é o documento fundador da história nacional de Israel. Aqui encontramos os eventos que, mais do que qualquer

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“Absence” de Dieu

Le livre d’Exode est le document fondateur de l’histoire nationale d’Israël. Nous trouvons ici les événements qui, plus que tout autre, ont façonné les sentiments

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Reading Ruth

Shavuot, the “Feast of the Weeks” originated in biblical times to signal the end of the cereal harvest period. With the wheat and the barley

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Vayeira-Are We Jews A People?

Genesis-Chapter 18: 19 In Jewish tradition, Abraham is referred to as ‘Avraham Avinu,’ the father of the Jewish people. Lately, however, it has become sort of

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Vayeira-Offsetting Evil

Genesis-Chapter 18 Genesis chapter 18 spells the dilemma of having to confront societies that not only violate the human rights of their citizens but, endanger

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Abrahamic Religions?

Abraham, Israel’s first ancestor. His story, found in the biblical book of Genesis occupies about fourteen chapters, or roughly twenty pages. “More than any other

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Toldot- Isaac’s Wells

Genesis-chapter 26 Chapter 26 of the Book of Genesis records what 4000 years ago was the first expulsion of those who eventually would become the

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Vayetze- Questioning God

Genesis- Chapters 28: 10-32: 3 Although in Jewish liturgy God is referred to as the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, says Leon Kass, the

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