Jewish Journal

For the Kids

by Abby Gilad

March 25, 2004 | 7:00 pm

In the Wrong

In the third book of the Torah, Leviticus, we learn a lot about the Levites, who were the priests in the Tabernacle; we also learn about the different sacrifices for different types of sins. If you committed a sin on purpose, you brought one kind of sacrifice; if you did it by accident, you brought a different kind. And if you committed a sin because you didn't know it was a sin, you brought yet another type of sacrifice. When you've done something wrong, always ask yourself this question: Did I do this on purpose? You must always examine the truth of your questions. Be true to yourself and to other people around you.

To the Moon

Q: Why is the moon bald?

A: Because it has no 'air!

Q: Why does the moon need change for a dollar?

A: Because it needs four quarters!

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