Parashat Ki Tisa 5782: The Inherent Value of the Individual

Posted by Yiscah Smith on February 13, 2022
Topics: Pardes from Jerusalem, Torah, Shemot (Exodus), Ki Tisa

Parashat Ki Tisa 5782: The Inherent Value of the Individual

Description: Cultivating a Healthy Self-Esteem through the Parsha in the midst of the growing crisis of loneliness, lack of self-worth and alienation from a sense of one’s own being. You do matter — but how, why and when?

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Exodus 30:11-13 / Exodus 30:15 / Deuteronomy 7:7 / Zohar I, 216b

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