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Text Studies

  • Special Sugyot - Text Studies in the Tradition of Talmud - Dr. Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream"

  • Holidays and Rituals - Judith: A Chanukah Heroine

  • Learning to Love Your Neighbor: A Hillel Curriculum - Be Loving to Your Neighbor as You Would Yourself

  • Learning to Love Your Neighbor: A Hillel Curriculum - Welcoming Guests

  • Learning to Love Your Neighbor: A Hillel Curriculum - Tzedaka

  • Learning to Love Your Neighbor: A Hillel Curriculum - The Stranger as Newcomer

  • Holidays and Rituals - Tefilat HaDerech-Traveler's Prayer

  • Learning to Love Your Neighbor: A Hillel Curriculum - Visiting the Sick

  • Learning to Love Your Neighbor: A Hillel Curriculum - Consoling the Mourner

  • Learning to Love Your Neighbor: A Hillel Curriculum - Ways of Peace: Dealing with the Other

  • Learning to Love Your Neighbor: A Hillel Curriculum - Relating to Parents

  • Learning to Love Your Neighbor: A Hillel Curriculum - Criticism: Can you give it? Can you take it?

  • Learning to Love Your Neighbor: A Hillel Curriculum - My Truth or Our Peace, You Choose!

  • Jewish Concepts - For the Parchments May Burn but the Letters are Flying Free

  • Jewish Concepts - The Night, the Stars & Fate: A Look at Mazel

  • To Emulate God's Ways: A Hillel Curriculum on Character - Desire

  • To Emulate God's Ways: A Hillel Curriculum on Character - Modesty

  • Holidays and Rituals - Rosh Chodesh

  • To Emulate God's Ways: A Hillel Curriculum on Character - Peace

  • Pirkei Avot - Values Of Our Fathers, Chapter 5: Mishna 17

  • To Emulate God's Ways: A Hillel Curriculum on Character - Lovingkindness

  • To Emulate God's Ways: A Hillel Curriculum on Character - Arrogance

  • To Emulate God's Ways: A Hillel Curriculum on Character - Truth

  • To Emulate God's Ways: A Hillel Curriculum on Character - Jealousy

  • Learning to Love Your Neighbor: A Hillel Curriculum - A Time to Tell and a Time to Keep Silent

  • To Emulate God's Ways: A Hillel Curriculum on Character - Holiness

  • Pirkei Avot - Values of Our Fathers: Chapter 8, Mishna 9

  • To Emulate God's Ways: A Hillel Curriculum on Character - Humility

  • Pirkei Avot - Values of our Fathers, Chapter 5: Mishna 16

  • Special Sugyot - Text Studies in the Tradition of Talmud - The First Amendment

  • To Emulate God's Ways: A Hillel Curriculum on Character - Anger

  • Pirkei Avot - Values of Our Fathers: Chapter 1

  • Pirkei Avot - Chapter 3: Mishna 9

  • Special Sugyot - Text Studies in the Tradition of Talmud - A Tale of Two Anthems: Hatikvah & Psalm 126

  • Pirkei Avot - Values of our Fathers, Chapter 4: Mishna 20, Part 2

  • Special Sugyot - Text Studies in the Tradition of Talmud - The First Murder and Evil Inclinations

  • Pirkei Avot - Values of Our Fathers: Chapter 1, Mishna 6

  • Special Sugyot - Text Studies in the Tradition of Talmud - The Declaration of Independence

  • Pirkei Avot - Values of Our Fathers: Chapter 1, Mishna 18

  • Pirkei Avot - Values of Our Fathers: Chapter 4, Mishna 21

  • Pirkei Avot - Chapter 3: Mishna 14

  • Special Sugyot - Text Studies in the Tradition of Talmud - Eshet Chayil

  • Pirkei Avot - Chapter 4: Mishna 2

  • Pirkei Avot - Values of Our Fathers, Chapter 4: Mishna 18

  • Special Sugyot - Text Studies in the Tradition of Talmud - United States of America Constitution Preamble

  • Pirkei Avot - Values Of Our Fathers, Chapter 3: Mishna 14, Part 2

  • Pirkei Avot - The Pursuit of Honor

  • Learning to Love Your Neighbor: A Hillel Curriculum - The Mitzvah of Sensitivity

  • Pirkei Avot - Values Of Our Fathers, Chapter 2: Mishna 5

  • Pirkei Avot - Values Of Our Fathers: Chapter 1, Mishna 12

  • Holidays and Rituals - Birkat Hamazon-Grace after Meals

  • Learning to Love Your Neighbor: A Hillel Curriculum - When May I Tell on Someone Else?

  • Pirkei Avot - Chapter 4: Mishna 20

  • Pirkei Avot - Values of Our Fathers: Chapter 2, Mishna 2

  • Pirkei Avot - Values of Our Fathers: Chapter 4, Mishna 26-27