Parasha of the Week Beha’alotecha N.37 (Behaalotecha)

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The Israelites receive instructions regarding Passover; they journey forth from Sinai and complain to G-d on several occasions, provoking G-d’s anger; Miriam and Aaron speak against Moses. After the sanctification of the Dwelling Place for G-d, G-d spoke to Moses saying “Speak to Aaron and have him light the menorah so that the seven lights shall cast light.” And Aaron did so. Then G-d said to Moses “Take the Levites and purify them with waters that clear of sin, and make animal and flour offerings to G-d. Then you shall assemble the whole community and have the Levites come before the Tent of Appointed Meeting.” And it was done. G-d spoke to Moses in the wilderness of Sinai, in the second year after their exodus from Egypt. “Let the sons of Israel make Pesach on the fourteenth day of this month, between the two evenings. Even if a man is unclean, the Pesach offering with matzah and bitter herbs must still be made. The one who neglects Pesach offering to G-d shall be uprooted from among his people.”


Gli israeliti ricevono istruzioni per la Pasqua (Pesach); viaggiano fino al Sinai e si lamentano con D-o in diverse occasioni, provocandone la rabbia. Miriam e Aaron parlano contro Moshé. Dopo la santificazione del luogo ritenuto degno di essere la dimora di D-o, D-o dice a Moshé: «Parla ad Aaron e chiedigli di accendere la menorah in modo che le sette luci facciano luce». E Aaron così fece. Allora D-o disse a Moshé: «Prendi i Leviti e purificali con acque che tolgano il peccato, e offri animali e farine a D-o. Poi dovresti chiamare a raccolta tutta la comunità e fai venire i Leviti davanti alla tenda sede della riunione». E così fu fatto. D-o parlò a Moshé nel deserto del Sinai, nel secondo anno dopo l’esodo dall’Egitto. «Fai in modo che i figli d’Israele celebrino Pesach il quattordicesimo giorno di questo mese, tra le due sere. Anche se un uomo è impuro, deve comunque fare l’offerta di Pesach con matzah ed erbe amare. Colui che a Pesach trascura l’offerta a D-o sarà sradicato dal suo popolo».

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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.

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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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