We learn from multiple sources that constructing the Mishkan was forbidden on Shabbos, but why is it that the construction of the Mishkan actually defines what is forbidden on Shabbat? Take Ten to find out.
While we might know that the laws of keeping Shabbat are learned from the process of constructing the Mishkan, we might not be aware of the deep similarities that exist between the construction and the actual creation of the world. Take Ten to find out more.
After receiving the Torah, we read this week of the “mishpatim,” the first laws that we received thereafter. But can these laws really be the first and only laws that we received? Take Ten to find out.
Tu b’Shvat reminds us of the delicately balanced relationship that humanity has with the natural world. Take Ten to hear a perspective on this balance and how we can learn to better appreciate the world around us.
Miriam is often seen as a “third wheel” among her more active brothers, Moshe and Aharon. Take Ten to learn the critical and overlooked role that she had in the salvation of the Jewish people, and why she is equally listed as one of our saviors.