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The Deed: Season 3
Short video by Sara Rigler, explaining the significance of the Torah obligation to separate Challah from one's dough.Produced by JewishPathways.com, the more advanced learning site of Aish.com, offering self-paced, online courses in Jewish thought and observance.Visit us at http://www.JewishPathways...
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The Deed: Season 3
Video demonstrating how to make put on a tefillin.
In this Torah shiur (class) on serving Hashem wholeheartedly, Rabbi Eliezer Miller begins by discussing Tefilla (prayer), and the power of a heartfelt entreaty to the Almighty.
The Deed: Season 1 Episode 2
A short, animated film about the mitzvah of putting on tefillin. Part a Basic Judaism series of Chabad.org, the source for torah, Judaism, and Jewish information on the web.
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Animated video demonstrating how to wash hands in accordance with Jewish law before eating bread.
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