I have particular fondness for Parshat Yitro. While it contains some of the defining moments of Israelite religion — the revelation at Sinai, the giving of the Decalogue and the injunction that we should become “a kingdom of priests” — my delight is in the tale that precedes these...
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Tag: Parashat Yitro
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Who is wise? Where is wisdom? It is easy for us to answer simply and elegantly, “Wisdom is in the Torah.” Perfect! Because the Torah, in this week’s parasha, offers the wisdom that all of God’s creations, particularly our friends and neighbors, can be a source of great...