Teruma: Building a Beautiful and Unique Home for Each Individual and God to Dwell Together

Posted by Yiscah Smith on February 11, 2018
Topics: Pardes from Jerusalem: Weekly Parsha Podcast, Shemot (Exodus), Teruma


In this podcast, Yiscah Smith discusses the practice of cultivating “הלב התנדבות” —the spirit of generosity— that allows for the building of one’s inner spiritual home, manifesting in the revelation of the Shechina, the Divine Presence. This shiur is based on a teaching from the book Netivot Shalom, as taught by Rav Sholom Noach Berezovsky, the Slonimer Rebbe, who passed away in Jerusalem in 2000. He is also known by the name of his book.

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About Yiscah Smith

Yiscah is an adjunct faculty member at Pardes. She is a Jewish educator, spiritual activist and published author who addresses the spiritual dimension of authentic living. Yiscah employs her own story of ​the joys and struggles with her own spirituality, gender identity and commitment to authentic living​. As one who transitioned from a Chabad man to an observant woman, she presents topics in an accessible and vivid style, from both a personal and a text-based perspective. Click here to read more.

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