5780 — Bo: What Our Stories Tell About Us

Posted by Tovah Leah Nachmani on January 27, 2020
Topics: Pardes from Jerusalem, Torah, Shemot (Exodus), Bo

Every day of our lives we tell stories – about the small stuff, and about the big stuff of our lives. A story doesn’t have to be an impressive, heroic tale. Very often there is a significant lesson for us and others in the stories that emanate from the smallest moments of our daily lives. What does it take to fulfill the mitzvah of telling the story of the 10 plagues? And how does the way we tell the story reflect upon us? To what extent do our stories not only express our beliefs, but also help to shape and feed the beliefs we hold about ourselves, about the people who support and inspire us, and about a God who is in our midst?

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About Tovah Leah Nachmani

Tovah Leah Nachmani has been inspiring students for 25 years, teaching Torah with Commentaries, Hebrew, Prayer, and Relationships Intimacy. She also serves as a dedicated faculty advisor to students at Pardes. She received her Teaching Certification with excellence in Tanach and Jewish Thought from the Michlelet Herzog Seminary in Gush Etzion, and graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Indiana University, with a degree in Religion and Near Eastern Language and Literature. Tovah Leah has written and guided experiential learning programs for decades, for Jews of all backgrounds and affiliations. She is also a Holistic health practitioner, promoting physical and emotional health. Tovah Leah and her husband Gabi live in Gush Etzion, are the grateful parents of seven children and are the active, loving grandparents of many grandchildren.

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