The exhibit Asymmetries - a second educational partnership between the artist/photographer Silvio D. Frydman and CAJE- continues at the Art Gallery of the beautiful MBJCC facility.
For three weeks, Diller Teen Fellows will be immersed in the thematic narrative guiding their trip: “Connecting To The Past To Build A Better Future: Experience Israel Through Storytelling."
This parasha is dedicated to Rabbi Fred Klein and Miriam Rafael in celebration of their recent marriage in Israel
Then Israel sang this song:
“Spring up, O well—sing to it—
The well which the chieftains dug,
Which the nobles of the people started
With maces, with their own staffs.”
Then from Midbar to Mattanah [or from the desert—a gift!]
The portion of Korach is named for the rebellious Levite Korach who started a dispute over the issue of kedushah. The concept of kedushah is central in Judaism, and its meaning can have profound impact on the environment today. Kedushah or the corresponding adjective, kadosh, are usually translated obscurely as “sanctity” or “holy”; its real meaning is: devotion to a sublime ideal.