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Parasha Shabbat Pesach (Passover): The Eighth Day of Passover

The Jewish holiday of Passover is one of three pilgrimage festivals  (ShloshaRegalim) in the Bible.  The other two are Shavuot  (Pentecost) and Sukkot (Tabernacles).  On the first night of Passover, family and friends gather to retell the story of the liberation of the Hebrew slaves from bondage in Egypt. more


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Parasha Va’etchanan (And I Pleaded): When God Says No

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Parasha Eikev (Because): Following the Lead of a Loving Father

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Parasha Shoftim (Judges): The Hebrew Connection Between Justice and Righteousness

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Parasha Ki Tetze (When You Go Out): Discipline Is Love

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Parasha Ki Tavo (When You Enter): Love, Joy and the Book of Life

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Parasha Nitzavim (You Are Standing): Why Has God Done This?

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Parasha Vayelech (And He Went): Finding Courage During Times of Transition

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