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This Week's Torah Portion

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This Week's Torah Portion

Vayishlach
וַיִּשְׁלַח
[Jacob] Sent

Jacob now sent messengers ahead of him to his brother Esau in the land of Seir, in the countryside of Edom. - Genesis 32:4

Torah

Genesis 32:4−36:43

Haftarah

Hosea 11:7-12:12 [historic: Obadiah 1:1-21]

When

/ 16 Kislev 5783

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Measuring Demons in a Post-Pandemic World

December 8, 2022
I spent months hiding inside my home after Covid-19 was declared a global health emergency. During that time, the Talmudic description of evil spirits resonated with me. It was certainly how I felt, surrounded by invisible threats just outside my door. Since I am a children's author, I channeled these fears into a picture book featuring a supernatural spirit.
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