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Tikkun Leil Shavuot

The month of Sivan marks the month of Shavuot -- the holiday in which we celebrate the giving of the Torah. Our tradition teaches in the Midrash that all of the Jewish people, from the time of the Exodus from Egypt until today and beyond, were present at Mt. Sinai to receive the Torah.  Jewish communities around the world mark this moment of Revelation with "Tikkunei Leil Shavuot"- late-night (or even all-night) study sessions touching on various aspects of our tradition. We share 3 different source-sheets and guiding questions from rabbis from around Israel.


Rabbi Dikla Druckman-Sherzer on Ishi or Ba’ali The Appropriate Terminology to Describe One’s Husband 


Rabbi Yerach B . Meiersdorf, Tikkun Leil Shavuot for Noam Youth on Dispute that is for the Sake of Heaven 


Rabbi Sara Cohen on Mitzvot as a Means to Join Body and Spirit .



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