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Stunning interpretation of weekly portion of the Torah. This splendid work of art is a limited, signed edition, fine reproduction on canvas. The perfect gift for every joyous Jewish occasion, Bar and Bat Mitzvah, Weddings, Birthdays, Commemorations. Printed on canvas, this fine reproduction is framed without glass like an original oil painting. A real treasure to be received or to be given for a life time.
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The cycle of complaining continues, as this week's parashah presents us with some of the most complex stories in the Torah. Approaching the Land of Israel, Moses sends 12 scouts ahead to reconnoiter the Land. The scouts return with outrageous stories and samples of the extraordinary fruit that grows in this good land. However, ten of the twelve scouts also give a discouraging report, indicating their lack of faith that they can conquer the Land. Only Joshua and Caleb are encouraging. Always fickle, the people accept that it will be too difficult to possess the Promised Land. They express their desire to return to slavery in Egypt. Angered by their lack of faith, God wants to destroy the people, but Moses successfully persuades God to relent. Instead, God decides to lengthen the Israelites' wandering in the wilderness to 40 years, one year for each day the scouts were in the Land. Now, none of the faithless generation of the Exodus will enter the Land. The parasha continues with laws about various kinds of sacrifices which will take effect when they are settled in the Land. We then read about another strange little event: a man transgresses the Sabbath by gathering sticks. The final paragraph of the parasha contains the commandment to attach tzitzit (fringes) to the corners of one's clothing.
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