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Torah Va’avodah

To learn some sources about the way the Torah expects us to live.

To understand the purpose of our life style

To find the ideal way of life

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Parashat Va’yikrah

Goal: This week is a hard week to have a peula connected with parsha because it mostly talks about korbanot... however with a little creativity nothing is too hard.

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Actions Speak Louder Than Words- Avraham

Goals

1. To learn this story of Avraham2. To think about how much more our actions say, than our words3. Micro - macro. Bettering oneself will ultimately lead to bettering the world.

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Peula

Peula – The Bigdei Kehuna

Objective

To learn about the Bigdei Kohen Gadol (Garments of the Kohen Gadol)

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Peula

Embarrassing People, Parshat Vayayshev

Aims

To learn what Halbanat Pnei Chaveiro is

To understand why we should try to refrain from embarrassing people

To learn a little about Ahavat Yisrael

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