Shabbat Shalom

26 Tamuz, 5780
Julio 18, 2020

Lectura de la Tora:

Haftarah:

Jeremiah 2:4-28; Jeremiah 4:1-2

Resumen de la Parashá

Números 30:2-36:13

Moshé enseña las leyes que gobiernan la anulación de promesas a los líderes de las tribus de Israel. Se lucha una guerra contra Midián por su rol en la destrucción moral de Israel, y la Torá da un recuento detallado del botín de la guerra y cómo fue distribuido entre la gente, los guerreros, los Levitas y el Sumo Sacerdote.

Las tribus de Reubén y Gad (más tarde acompañados por media tribu de Menashé) piden las tierras del este del Jordán como su porción de la Tierra Prometida(…)

Para continuar leyendo:
es.chabad.org/jewish/Resumen-de-la-Parash

Readings for Matot-Massei

Tammuz 26, 5780

July 18, 2020

Haftarah:

Jeremiah 2:4-28; Jeremiah 4:1-2

Matot-Massei in a Nutshell

Numbers 30:2–36:13

Moses conveys the laws governing the annulment of vows to the heads of the tribes of Israel. War is waged against Midianfor their role in plotting the moral destruction of Israel, and the Torah gives a detailed account of the war spoils and how they were allocated amongst the people, the warriors, the Levitesand the high priest.

The tribes of Reuben and Gad (later joined by half of the tribe of Manasseh) ask for the lands east of the Jordan

To read the full article:

chabad.org/jewish/Matot-Massei-in-a-Nutshell

Parshat Matot-Massei

Compiled by Mordechai Rubin

5 Powerful Insights From the Rebbe – Matot-Mass

Enjoy four short thoughts and a video adapted from the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe on Parshat Matot-Massei.

On the spiritual plane, there exist six “cities of refuge” for the spiritual “murderer.” Life, in the true and ultimate sense, is connection with the Divine source of being and vitality; an act of transgression against the Divine will is a subtle form of “murder,” as it hinders the flow of vitality from G‑d to creation. The words of the Torah, say our sages, are the “cities of refuge” for the destroyer of spiritual life: if he flees into the Torah and immerses himself in it, the Torah will protect him from the adverse results of his deed.

To Read the full article:

chabad.org/jewish/5-Powerful-Insights-From-the-Rebbe-Matot-Massei

 

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