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In Hebrew: ‘A Picture is Worth 1000 Words’

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תְּמוּנָה אַחַת… Sometimes a picture says it all, or least most of it (those studying the דַּף יוֹמִי– the daily page (of Talmud) – certainly know what I’m talking about).

In Hebrew, we say:

תְּמוּנָה אַחַת שָׁוָה אֶלֶף מִלִּים. One picture is worth (literally, is equal to) a thousand words.

Feel free to post examples of such תְּמוּנוֹת – pictures – in our Facebook group.

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