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Shavuot

The Double Meaning of Shavuot

The Double Meaning of Shavuot

Rabbi Lord Jonathan SACKS

The festival of Shavuot is a mystery wrapped in an enigma. Here is how Shavuot is described and defined in parshat Emor:

The Name "Shavuot"

The Name "Shavuot"

7-minute video class given by Rav Pesach SIEGEL.

Shavuot :Sleeping a Lot Means Wanting to Escape Reality

Shavuot :Sleeping a Lot Means Wanting to Escape Reality

Rabbi Yehonasan GEFEN

One of the main characteristics of Shavuot is the custom for men to stay awake all night to learn Torah. The Magen Avraham explains the reason for this Minhag (custom)....

Matan Torah: A Father Does Not Give His Son a Poisoned Gift

Matan Torah: A Father Does Not Give His Son a Poisoned Gift

The Torah-Box Team

Why did the Bnei Yisrael say "Naasseh Venishma" when they didn’t know anything about the Torah that they were being offered?

Bikkurim and Chag Hashavuot

Bikkurim and Chag Hashavuot

26-minute video class given by Rav Avi GROSSMAN.

The Eve of Shavuot- Your Printable Guide

The Eve of Shavuot- Your Printable Guide

Your Printable Practical Guide - The Torah-Box Team

There is a widespread custom in all Jewish communities in the world for men to stay awake the night of Shavuot and learn Torah. e Torah-Box team oers you a practical...

The Importance of The Evening Study of Shavuot

The Importance of The Evening Study of Shavuot

Yonathan BENDENNOUNE

The Kaf Hachaim relates about the night of Shavuot: “It is reported in the Zohar that the Ancients remained awake all night to study the Torah. They said on this...

Staying Awake on Shavuot

Staying Awake on Shavuot

Rabbi Yehonasan GEFEN

One of the most prominent features of Shavuot is the universal Minhag (custom) for men to stay awake all night learning Torah.  The Magen Avraham explains the...

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