One of the best things about Torah learning is that it’s never finished; there are always new insights to discover. Each year, we read through all five books of the Torah – and then, just as we complete the Torah on Simchat Torah, we immediately start again. At TorahTutors, we love to learn and we…Details
In a bit of a departure, today’s #TuesdayTorahTutorsTidbit is not real Torah, from real TorahTutors sessions, but it is real Torah, about TorahTutors sessions – and about Yom Kippur, about the new year, and about looking both backward and forward. In Parshat Nitzavim, which was read a few weeks ago, Moshe encourages the Jewish people…Details
We at TorahTutors.org want to wish all our students, teachers, and friends – past, present, and future – a very happy and healthy new year. We’re grateful for all we’ve accomplished together and look forward to learning together in the new year!
Time for a Tuesday TorahTutors tidbit: Real Torah, from real TorahTutors sessions… getting ready for a real(ly) big day. The biggest of four big days, in a sense. Did you think there was just one Day of Judgment? A TorahTutors student learned that the Mishna in Rosh Hashana (1:2) lists four: On Pesach, judgment is…Details
Time for a Tuesday TorahTutors Tidbit: real Torah, from real TorahTutors sessions… and even, from a real TorahTutors student. A teenage TorahTutors student was exploring the text of Eichah and had a beautiful insight. Towards the end of Eichah Chapter 3, the topic turns to repentance: “Let us search and examine our ways and turn…Details