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Growth Through Torah

Zelig Pliskin

Growth Through Torah

insights and stories for the Shabbos Table (practical lessons from the weekly portions)

by Zelig Pliskin

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Published by Yeshiva Aish Hatorah in Old City .
Written in English


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Pagination503 p.
Number of Pages503
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24681040M


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Growth Through Torah supplies the reader a Torah perspective on topics that are relevant for daily living, self-image, emotions, interpersonal relationships, attitudes conducive to happiness and joy, character traits, and the many benefits of living a Torah lifestyle/5.

The same is true with his book, Growth Through Torah. The book is divided according to the weekly Torah portion, and includes lessons on specific passages from the Torah portion of the week. Like his other books, this one Growth Through Torah book easily readable, optimistic of a person's ability to change, and interesting.5/5(5).

Growth Through Torah supplies the reader a Torah perspective on topics that are relevant for daily living, self-image, emotions, interpersonal relationships, attitudes conducive to happiness and joy, character traits, and the many benefits of living a Torah lifestyle.

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Focuses on practical insights, relating to personal growth, from the weekly Torah readings. Ideas and reflections of great Torah scholars are cited regarding such topics as self-image, emotions, interpersonal relationships, attitudes conducive to happines. He does this through live on-line courses and multi media torah courses offered via available as MP3s and other modern formats, his Torah thoughts on various web sites such as this one and on general sites for spiritual growth such as The 24 Books of the Hebrew Bible.

By | Series: The Basics of Torah | Level: Beginner. In their simplest form, the twenty-four books of the Jewish Bible – the Tanach – present a history of the first years from creation until the building of the second Temple in Jerusalem. Rabbi Zelig Pliskin is a noted psychologist and prolific author of 24 books, including Guard Your Tongue, Gateway to Happiness, Gateway to Self Knowledge, Love Your Neighbor, Growth Through Torah, The Power of Words, Consulting the Wise, and the recent Life is Now.

Rabbi Pliskin lives in Jerusalem, /5(4). Shavu’os is the holiday on which we celebrate the giving of the Torah to the nation of Israel. This holiday is not merely the commemoration of an anniversary. Rather, it is the day upon which we commit ourselves once again to accept the Torah and treat it, through.

The Torah starts from the beginning of God's creating the world, through the beginnings of the people of Israel, their descent into Egypt, and the giving of the Torah at biblical Mount Sinai. It ends with the death of Moses, just before the people. The Names of the Books of the Torah There are five books that make up the Torah, and the title is usually indicated clearly at the top of each page.

In current usage, most Jews designate the books by titles that are derived from their opening words. These are the titles that are employed in all Jewish Bibles, including ther Mikra'ot Gedolot. 12 In fact, though by this time you ought to be teachers, you need someone to teach you the elementary truths of God’s word all over again.

You need milk, not solid food. 13 Anyone who lives on milk, being still an infant, is not acquainted with the teaching about righteousness.

14 But solid food is for the mature, who by constant use have trained themselves to distinguish good. Focuses on practical insights, relating to personal growth, from the weekly Torah readings. Ideas and reflections of great Torah scholars are cited regarding such topics as self-image, emotions, interpersonal relationships, attitudes conducive to.

Growth through Tehillim Tehillim (Psalms) - the timeless words of King David, the first that Jews in every generation have turned to in times of trouble and times of joy.

Tehillim - words of praise from the "Sweet Singer of Israel," sung as a plea for salvation from his pursuers and in thanksgiving for G-d's miracles. 2 A Siddur is the Hebrew way of referring to a Jewish prayer book.

The term “siddur” is from a Hebrew root that means “order.” By applying this term to the prayer book, the sages are suggesting that the prayer book makes order and sense out of daily prayer. Hence, the common everyday prayer book instructs an observant Jewish person onFile Size: KB.

[1] In the traditional Jewish world the rabbis have divided the five books of Moses into shorter, readable, portions that have made it more convenient to read the entire Torah in one year.

These sections, read in consecutive order from Genesis to the end of Deuteronomy, are referred to in Hebrew as parashiyot.

In English we simply call them “Torah Portions.â€Author: Ariel Berkowitz. The sacred task of translating the Word of God, as revealed to Israel through lawgiver, prophet, psalmist, and sage, began at an early date.

According to an ancient rabbinic interpretation, Joshua had the Torah engraved upon the stones of the altar (Joshua ) not in the original Hebrew alone, but in all the languages.

The Torah book. Read 94 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The Torah is the essence of Jewish tradition; it inspires each successive /5. Books shelved as torah-study: The Essential Talmud by Adin Even-Israel Steinsaltz, Tanach: The Torah, Prophets, Writings -- The Twenty-Four Books of the.

Rabbi Zelig Pliskin is a noted psychologist and prolific author of 24 books, including Guard Your Tongue, Gateway to Happiness, Gateway to Self Knowledge, Love Your Neighbor, Growth Through Torah, The Power of Words, Consulting the Wise, and the recent Life is Now.

Rabbi Pliskin lives in Jerusalem, /5. The book ends with a description of the destruction of the nation and the city that David had built.

In a sense is was the partial undoing of much of his life’s work. We know, of course, that the destruction of the first Temple was not the end of King David’s story – as we still await our redemption through his descendent.

The Torah consists of the ‘Five Books of Moses’: Bereshit (Genesis) Shemot (Exodus) Vayikra (Leviticus) Bamidbar (Numbers) Devarim (Deuteronomy) The Torah is printed as the first part of the Tanach. The Torah is often called the Chumash.

This comes from the Hebrew word for five, ‘chamesh’, because there are five books of Size: KB. Growth Through TorahInsights and Stories for the Shabbos Table (Practical Lessons from the Weekly Portions).Zelig PliskinIn very good condition.

There is minor bumping to the dust jacket, particularly at the top edge of the spine where it meets. Partners in Torah Book List This document was compiled by Partners in Torah.

It may be reproduced or used only with permission. Please call Page | 2 By. Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan. Landscapes of the Spirit Naiman, Rabbi Abba Zvi In this book, the reader is taken on a remarkable journey through the spiritual dimensions of Eretz Size: KB.

Genesis begins at the beginning which was year “0” according to the Jewish dating scheme, that is the year BCE. The book finishes with the death of Joseph in the Jewish year ( bce).

Many passages of the Torah were written in a way that hides much more than it reveals. If you compare the simple version of the story of Jacob. Read and search the Book of Genesis in English. In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.

And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters. And God said, Let there be light: and there was light. And God saw the light, that it was good: and God divided the.

Job is a book that ranks as one of the most difficult books in theTanach (Bible), for two reasons: Its incredibly complex and obscure Hebrew – allowing for multiple translations and meanings.

The complex and delicate nature of the subject matter. Like anything in life, the reward for success reflects the amount of effort put [ ]. All the books of the Torah are in the Old Testament. The Torah are the five books you probably know as Pentateuch. Now, there are differences between the Tanakh (the Jewish Bible) and the Old Testament, although they are more technical differ.

English translation of the entire Tanakh (Tanach) with Rashi's commentary. This Hebrew Bible was edited by esteemed translator and scholar, Rabbi A.J. Rosenberg. Torah - The Pentateuch Nevi'im - Prophets Ketuvim - Scriptures.

Bereishit - Genesis Shemot - Exodus Vayikra - Leviticus Bamidbar - Numbers Devarim - Deuteronomy. Scientists claim the Bible is written in code that predicts future events the lives of famous rabbis was encoded in the Hebrew text of the Book of slipping through space silently with its.

Several recent books have identified dozens of beneficial practices; however, it seems wise to begin with engagement in Bible-prescribed activities. 21 As Jesus himself said, “[God’s] word is truth.” 22 The Bible uses several metaphors to describe its function in our spiritual growth: it is the water by which we are washed, the weapon.

The long-awaited book is here. A Year Through the Torah. Now you can better understand how the Jewish Scriptures bear witness that Jesus is the promised Messiah of Israel by studying Torah for yourself.

Includes an audio CD reciting Hebrew keywords and Scriptures. According to Rabbinic Judaism, the Oral Torah or Oral Law (Hebrew: תורה שבעל פה, Torah she-be-`al peh, lit."Torah that is on the mouth") represents those laws, statutes, and legal interpretations that were not recorded in the Five Books of Moses, the "Written Torah" (Hebrew: תורה שבכתב, Torah she-bi-khtav, lit."Torah that is in writing"), but nonetheless are regarded by.

Torah reading (Hebrew: קריאת התורה, K'riat haTorah, "Reading [of] the Torah"; Ashkenazi pronunciation: Kriyas haToire) is a Jewish religious tradition that involves the public reading of a set of passages from a Torah term often refers to the entire ceremony of removing the scroll (or scrolls) from the Torah ark, chanting the appropriate excerpt with special cantillation.

Mission Statement To provide a Torah-based approach and a support system that nurture spiritual growth and sustain enduring positive change. Impetus for the Program To provide a set of tools and a support system that foster success for individuals who want to make meaningful and lasting changes in their lives.

The need to take positive and concrete action that will serve. The Five Books of Moses are divided into 54 portions (Parshiyot), linked to a specific week in a leap year. In non-leap years, with fewer weeks, some shorter Torah portion readings are combined into one week.

Each weekly Torah portion takes its name from the first word or distinctive phrase of the passage. The whole Torah is coming alive Mr. Bradford's explanation of the difference between Hebrew and Greek thinking is outstanding!" I am about half way through Genesis and already have more insight into the Bible than I have in all my years in church." Matthew 7 cont from Torah Class on Vimeo.

THE BOOK OF MATTHEW Les Chapter 7 /5(7). A Hebrew priest and scribe, who, together with Nehemiah, revived Judaism in the 4th century BCE. He was instrumental in the building of the 2nd Temple. One of the 24 books of the Bible, which describes the events of Ezra's lifetime.

Mashpia (Hebrew: משפיע ‎) lit. "person of influence", pl. Mashpi'im (Hebrew: משפיעים ‎) is the title of a Hasidic rabbi who serves as a spiritual mentor, whose main influence and teachings are in matters of the worship of God, the correction of virtues and spiritual elevation.

The source of the title is in the Lubavitcher Chassidus, in which the teachers of Chasidic teachings.This easy lesson book is my attempt to share with other Truth seekers the various methods of Torah interpretation.

Hopefully, this book will help the experienced student and the person new to the Torah to discover the beauty and depth of the Torah. Their studies will become exciting as they discover new inner meanings of the Size: KB.Focuses on practical insights, relating to personal growth, from the weekly Torah readings.

Ideas and reflections of great Torah scholars are cited regarding such topics as self-image, emotions, interpersonal relationships, attitudes conducive to happine.