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The Limmud Sugia Social Beit Midrash

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<a href="http://limmud.sugia.net/source/the-first-offerings/?id=1234" target="_blank">The First Offerings</a>

The First Offerings

Relating to this source >
1. Why did Cain and Abel bring offerings to God?
2. What makes an offering worthy or unworthy?
3. How did Cain know that God had not paid heed to him and his offering?
<a href="http://limmud.sugia.net/source/offerings-of-joy-1/?id=1234" target="_blank">Offerings of Joy</a>

Offerings of Joy

Relating to this sources: Source 1> , Source 2>
1. Why is it important that we make offerings joyfully?
2. Is the verse that the priests sing appropriate?
3. In today’s world, where most of us are not farmers, what do we have to offer to God, to our community, and to one another?
<a href="http://limmud.sugia.net/source/money-money-money/?id=1234" target="_blank">Money, Money, Money</a>

Money, Money, Money

Relating to this source >
1. Why might the half-shekel have been an appropriate offering in the event of the census?
2. When might money be an appropriate offering today?
3. Why is it important that each of the Israelites offered the same amount?
תמצית 

To the Sugia Sources document >
The tradition of studying together on Tikkun Leyl Shavuot – the eve of Shavuot
– epitomises the Jewish passion for, and commitment to communal learning.
The model of Chavruta – exploring Jewish texts with a partner or a group –
creates a space for reflection, growth, participation, diversity and tolerance.
Through this resource we hope to bring together the tradition of Tikkun Leyl Shavuot and the model of Chavruta to supplement your learning event. Read more>