from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A lesson from the Torah, or Law, from which at least one section is read in the Jewish synagogue on every Sabbath and festival.
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According to her memoir, her father, a former student of the Volozhin yeshiva, “studied Talmud day and night;” while her mother spent every Shabbat reading the weekly parashah (portion of the Pentateuch) with the commentaries of Rashi (1040 – 1105) and Abraham Ibn Ezra (1089 – 1164).
The third mode of dealing with such tests is the way of the wise, who have cultivated judges and executors see previous parashah.
My tag line this week is the verse from the parashah the liberals are going to outlaw soon.
This will, of course, vary significantly based on the length of the parashah.