Parasha of the week
n.01 Bereshit

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PARASHA Bereshit n.01

In the beginning, in this portion we see how G-d created the world out of chaos. G-d declared all creations good, and then G-d rested on the first Shabbat. The first human beings, Adam and Eve, lived peacefully in the Garden of Eden, until they disobeyed G-d’s commands (“Do not eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil”) and were expelled from paradise. Their suffering continued when their son Cain killed his brother Abel. Ten generations later Noah was born.

PARASHA Bereshit n.01

All’inizio di questa Parashà vediamo il Signore davanti al mondo che ha creato a partire dal caos. Dopo averne decretato il buon esito, il primo Shabbat si riposa. I primi due esseri umani creati, Adamo ed Eva, vivono in tranquillità nel giardino dell’Eden, fino a quando vengono cacciati dal paradiso per aver disobbedito ai comandamenti del Signore («Non dovete mangiare i frutti dell’albero della conoscenza del bene e del male»). Le loro sofferenze si rinnovano quando il figlio Caino uccide il fratello Abele. Dieci generazioni più tardi nasce Noah.

This Week Parasha Torah Banner The Studio in Venice by Michal Meron

The image above, is showing the opening part of our Illustrated Torah scroll with the first 4 sidrot. This is a canvas reproduction of the opening part of our Medium size Illustrated Torah Scroll. The scroll contains all 54 sidrot of the Torah in paintings. It is used as a fundraiser (MAKES BETWEEN 75k and 145k) for communities and it costs a tiny fraction.

As you can see here in the video, this is also a great tool for Simchat Torah and the picture of 250 kids all holding the scroll up gives the chills.

I hope to have awakened your curiosity. We have to help each other in times of distress, and this is the way we can help you and you can help us.

If you are interested, let us know and I will send to you the “Real sampler” Free of Charge.

BTW, Michal is now painting an original scroll which will be ready in approximately one year.

Same paintings only originals on canvas and will be made out as a scroll.

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Cordially Be’Shalom, Michal and Alon

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