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Parshat Naso: A Guide For…Parenting?


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In this week’s parsha, Rabbi Fohrman reminds us about a short section we’ve heard many times, but intriguingly, suggests that the Torah may be suggesting something different than we have ever expected, that actually, the way we ask God to treat us may also be the way we ourselves should treat our children.

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About the Author: Rabbi David Fohrman is the dean of Aleph Beta Academy. He has taught at Johns Hopkins University, and was a lead writer and editor for ArtScroll's Talmud translation project. Aleph Beta creates videos to help people experience Torah in way that is relevant and meaningful to them. for more videos, visit: alephbeta.org.


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3 Responses to “Parshat Naso: A Guide For…Parenting?”

  1. Dolores Testerman says:

    EXCELLENT!!!!

  2. Judith Dowla says:

    Way to go Rabbi Fohrman! Exactly what every person needs to know in life and here is hoping this gets into the schools, universities, churches, temples and homes. Thank you very much.

  3. Judith Dowla says:

    Dolores, sure wish that video by Rabbi Fohrman had been available before I became a parent and now I am a grandparent. Never too late to learn.

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