When you immerse yourself in Torah, the goal is not simply to amass information, but to gain a sense of how the Creator relates to us...
Torah refers to the first five books of the Bible, known as the Five Books of Moses or Pentateuch – Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy.
In Rabbinic literature, Torah is often used to refer to both the Five Books ( תורה שבכתב; "Written Torah") and Oral Torah (תורה שבעל פה, "Torah that is spoken"). The word Torah translates as "instruction," and in its broadest sense, some people refer to the full Tanah or the whole body of Jewish teachings and law.
The Torah makes up the first section of the Tanach – the Hebrew Bible, or what Christianity refers to as the Old Testament. Tanach is an acronym referring to its three parts: Torah, Nevi’im (Prophets) and Ketuvim (Writings).
The Talmud is a collection of writings that covers the full gamut of Jewish law and tradition, compiled and edited between the third and sixth centuries. Talmud is Hebrew for "learning," appropriate for a text that people devote their lives to studying and mastering.
- Parshas Vayeira: "Running To Do Chesed" by Rabbi Dovid Horowitz
- True meaning of chessed / kindness by Rabbi Mordechai Shifman
- Kitzur Shulchan Aruch - The Laws of Shabbat - 6 by Rabbi Dovid Horowitz Part 55
- Rav Chaim Kanievsky - Orchos Yosher by Rabbi Dovid Horowitz Part 10
- Weekly Torah Portion - Parsha Lech Lecha 5780
- Full Torah Parshas List and Links
- Noach vs. Avraham: How YOU Can Become Great! by Rabbi Dovid Horowitz
- Weekly Torah Learning - Parsha Noach
- Talmud - tractate Kiddushin by Rabbi Yoni Handwerger - Part 26
- Parsha Bereishis by Rabbi Avrohom Stulberger
- Simcha - the simple things are not so simple by Rabbi Avrohom Stulberger
- Sukkot - Building our own Gan Eden by Rabbi Mordechai Shifman
- Rav Chaim Kanievsky - Orchos Yosher by Rabbi Dovid Horowitz Part 9
- Yom Kippur: Let our hearts stir by Rabbi Avrohom Stulberger
- The Key to Teshuva - Finding Your Neshama by Rabbi Dovid Horowitz