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Judaism 1on1 Suggested Topics

For beginners or beginning again! 

Torah- Chumash
"Live with the Times" meaning live with the portion of the week. The Torah, also known as the five books of Moses is divided into 54 portions one ( and sometimes 2) for every week of the year. Torah, the will and wisdom of G‑d. The source, the foundation and the core of who we are. Discover what Judaism is all about and what it means to live as a Jew today in a modern society. The teachings of the Torah are indeed alive today as it was 3000 years ago.

Prayer – Teffilah
What our sages call “service of the Heart”. Sitting in a synagogue while these guys blabber on with words you can’t even recognize never mind pronounce?! Discover the beauty of our liturgy why and how to pray to G‑d. Learn to read Hebrew or just learn the reasons and the meaning of the prayers, in English. Learn the difference between things like the Kiddush, Kedusha and the Kaddish: ) Learn to Connect and re-connect to the Almighty through prayer.

Mishna &Talmud- The journey of the sages
The Talmud is the collection of ancient Rabbinic writings consisting of two parts; the Mishna and the Gemara, constituting the basis of religious authority in Orthodox Judaism. There are in fact two Talmud’s, called the Talmud of Jerusalem and the Babylonian Talmud. They contain the same Mishna but different Gemaras. The Talmud consists of complex and intricate discussions of the sages, guaranteed to sharpen your mind and inspire your soul.

Pirkei Avot - Ethics of our fathers
How does a Jew behave? How does a Jew eat, sleep and talk to friends? Hoe does he conduct business ethically? These issues and much more. Discover how our ancestors set out for us a code of moral and ethical behavior it’s all here in this book, actually part of the Mishna, Ethics of our fathers.

Halacha- Jewish law
From waking up in the morning, to going t sleep at night. From the Jewish New year to the Jewish Leap Year. From Saturday to Shabbat from April to Nissan. Sunset to sunrise, all the how’s and all the why’s of Judaism. Pick a topic of Jewish law and learn how to do it… right.

The Soul of Kabbalah
Discover the powers of the human being. Learn about the powers of Good and evil. Learn how to connect to g-d and develop your full potential. Discover how precious every good deed really I s int eh eyes of G‑d and how it positively impacts not just our own personal lives, but the whole world. The book of the Tanya Part I , some say it is the complete and ultimate guide to character development.  Written over 200 years ago by the first Rebbe of Chabad Chassidic philosophy, R’ Shneur Zalman of Liadi. This fascinating work has been printed in more than 25 languages in every country in the world. The book of the Tanya is presently studied by thousands of Jews, of all backgrounds around the world.

Kabbalah II: "The gate of unity and belief"
The World; It's software; It's Developer
The book of the Tanya - Part II: "The Gate of Unity and Oneness"
The Kabbalistic and esoteric meaning and view of the world and it's continuous existence as we know it. The code of the world! Have you ever wondered where in the world is G‑d!? The second part in the book of the Tanya. A fascinating and delighting text which explores the essence and source of our universe.

 

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