Tag Archives: torah study

Missed Attribution

As the saying goes, ‘after the ecstasy, the laundry.’ This observation is clearly illustrated in the two latest sequential Torah portions of Yitro and Mishpatim.

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Celebrate Shavuot 2023: Foundations of Righteous, Justice & Law

Join Haver, the Rabbinic Council of Boulder, in celebrating SHAVUOT 2023! This year's carefully cultivated theme, "Foundations of Righteousness, Justice & Law," provides an opportunity to study with Boulder rabbis and learn from community activists.

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Wisdom From the Water

The notion that changing gears after a mistake could be a positive, even beautiful thing seemed like a revelation to me.

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Our Pesky Thoughts

In this week’s Torah portion, Vaera, G-d instructs Moshe and Aharon to confront Pharoah and demand he allow the Israelites to go off and pray. It soon became a high-stakes challenge between G-d's power and Pharaoh's wise men and sorcerers.

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“Bagel, Lox and Torah” Saturdays at Har HaShem

Nothing goes better with Torah Study than bagels, lox, and cream cheese. So if it is a Saturday morning around 9 a.m at Congregation Har HaShem in Boulder, you can find both, and some 30 to 40 interested souls, who are there to chew on it all.

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Torah Study Class Open to All Jewish Women

No matter your background in Jewish studies, please feel welcome to join a small group of women on Tuesday, June 13 in one of the cozy private study rooms in the Lafayette Public Library. Click for more info!

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