The Five Books of Moses begins with the Six Days of Creation, the Shabbat, the story of the Garden of Eden — the first transgression, consequences and expulsion; Cain & Abel, the ten generations to Noah, the Almighty sees the wickedness of man in that generation and decrees to “blot out man” (i.e.. the flood). One of the most profound verses in the whole
The portion ends is a song, a poem taught to the Jewish people by Moshe. It recounts the trials and tribulations of the Jewish people during the 40 years in the desert. Jewish consciousness, until the present generation, was to teach every Jewish child to memorize Ha’azinu. In this manner we internalized the lessons of our history, especially the futility of rebelling against the Almighty.
On the day of Moshe’s death he assembles the whole Jewish people and creates a Covenant confirming the Jewish people as the Almighty’s Chosen People (chosen for responsibility to be a light to the nations) for all future generations. Moshe makes clear the consequences of rejecting God and His Torah as well as the possibility of repentance. He reiterates that Torah is readily available
Hello Parents, We’re back for another amazing school year! The PTO has already been hard at work all summer planning events for this year. Last year, we and the students raised over $2,000, and we want to do even better this year. We will be working hard to raise money for things the school needs, such as beautifying the playground, which will be a