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Aron Lerner

Donate to Torah Study and Make Bright Future of Jewish People. Pesach Passover - Jewish Holiday of Passover. Which brings me to a delightful old Yiddish song that talks about a lesson a Zeide taught his Jewish grandchild.

Pesach Passover - Jewish Holiday of Passover

The song, (in a nutshell but not an exact translation), says, ‘My grandfather Reb Yisroel told me…they kicked out the Jew from land to land and he took along his fiddle. When the heart hurts he takes “the Yidde’le, his fiddel’le, and plays a liddele/song with a lot of feeling. The fiddel’le tells that life is but a play.” And the fiddle goes on to tell him, “that Simchos [happy occasions] will yet be by the Jews and that the Jews will never disappear.” Pesach Passover - Jewish Holiday of Passover. Maror Discussion - Picking Your Bitterness in the Wild.

Supposing you are in a synagogue and someone says, “they’re taking the Torah out now” just know they are referring to a scroll of parchment on which the Five Books of Moses is written.

Maror Discussion - Picking Your Bitterness in the Wild

It is written by hand, with a quill, and the entire time that the person is writing it, his thoughts must be of G-d.Supposing after Belz synagogue you went to visit some friends, and they say, “let’s learn some Torah.” They are not necessarily referring to that scroll of parchment we just talked about above. Torah, in this context, can mean anything from the gamut of Written and Oral Jewish law, history and thought, or any of the further philosophies and insights that later rabbis wrote.If that isn’t weird enough, you might then go to a class to learn, and the lecturer might say, “that’s Toras Moshe m’Sinia” meaning that is a law that goes way back to the giving of…Torah.

"So, do we now know what Torah means? What You Need to Know About the Torah? Supposing you are in a synagogue and someone says, “they’re taking the Torah out now” just know they are referring to a scroll of parchment on which the Five Books of Moses is written.

What You Need to Know About the Torah?

It is written by hand, with a quill, and the entire time that the person is writing it, his thoughts must be of G-d. Supposing after Belz synagogue you went to visit some friends, and they say, “let’s learn some Torah.” They are not necessarily referring to that scroll of parchment we just talked about above. Torah, in this context, can mean anything from the gamut of Written and Oral Jewish law, history and thought, or any of the further philosophies and insights that later rabbis wrote. The Shul - The Belzer Synagogue in Jerusalem, Power of Prayers.

On many levels, the main Belzer Bais Medrash in Israel is a one-of- a kind landmark which inspires awe and wonder in all who behold it.

The Shul - The Belzer Synagogue in Jerusalem, Power of Prayers

The Shul has ten story building, located in Jerusalem’s north neighborhood, has become one of the must-see destinations for tourists visiting the Holy Land, who flock to it by the tens of thousands. In terms of sheer physical size and grandeur, the 260,000.00 sq ft structure, which was completed in 2000 after 15 years of work, is a magnificent masterpiece. The tastefully decorated lobby sets an elegant tone, with its walls covered in Indian teak, and its floors in Chinese granite. The Legends Of Jewish History, A Detail History. Belz, a small town in Galicia, a small country in Eastern Europe that no longer exists on the map today, apparently no different from hundreds of other pre-war Jewish Shtetlech.

The Legends Of Jewish History, A Detail History

However, the mere mention of the name Belz is enough to evoke powerful emotions in the hearts of thousands of Jews – to awaken nostalgic memories in the hearts of those who had the privilege to visit Belz, before it was devastated and destroyed during the Second World War Holocaust and destruction of Eastern European Jewry, and to kindle the imagination and yearning in the hearts of the younger generations who have heard such wonderful tales and legends about Belz from their parents and grandparents or from their teachers and community elders. Like Babylon and Constantinople, throughout history, there have been cities that had more popular appeal than most other cities and the very mention of their names conjures up visions of far away exotic cities and fabulous fables and legends lost in the mists of time.

Timeline for the History of Judaism. Judaism 101. Where to Start There are over eighty web pages on this site, comprising over 300 pages of text, a virtual book of information on Judaism.

Judaism 101

That's a lot of information!