Guide For The Noahide – Ep 6: Where Is The Spirituality?

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Is there spirituality in observing the Sheva Mitswoth? What is the Torah’s idea of spirituality? We touch on a lot of different points and ideas in this episode, so if there’s any idea in here that you’d like us to expand upon in a video-short, comment below or email us at beingnoahide@gmail.com to let us know.

Grab your book as we continue our reading and discussion. Join us each week for about an hour per episode as we learn the details of the Seven Laws for Bnei Noach. This week we continue studying Part I of Guide For The Noahide on page 4 with the section titled “Where Is The Spirituality?”

Referenced in this Episode:
– Duties Of The Heart, read online http://dafyomireview.com/384
– Universal Garden of Emuna, buy a copy at https://shop.noahidenations.com

As serious and dedicated Noahides, we know it is incumbent upon us to learn the details of the Sheva Mitswoth (aka Seven Laws or Noahide Laws) as required by HaShem our God. We’ll be using the book Guide For The Noahide as a basis for learning and delving into the details of the Seven Noahide Laws, character development, and wise practices. Our format is a read-discuss format, which means we read one paragraph then stop and discuss it, read another paragraph then stop and discuss it, etc. We’ll be able to cover several paragraphs in each weekly episode and we encourage anyone interested in learning Noahide halachah to study with us. Take notes and post your questions or comments in the video so we can continue having an off-video discussion.

We would like to thank the author, Rabbi Michael Shlomo Bar-Ron, as well as the publisher, Lightcatcher Books, for kindly giving us permission to use Guide For The Noahide for this project.

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  1. Love the new format.

    Early on in this video when Jacob was discussing that by doing the mitzvos we internalize them in our heart. This brought to memory what Rashi comments on Tehillim/Pslams 1:2 “And in His Torah”, This can also be rendered ‘in his Torah’, referring to the man who desires Torah. At first the text calls it ‘the Torah of Hashem’, but after he has toiled to understand it, it is considered as his and is called “his Torah”. Artscroll Tehillim

    As we study and internalize the 7 Laws by doing them, they transform us, then they become our Torah. They become our path, our walk with Hashem.

    Also what you all brought up on the end, I think would make a great short video teaching about the Hebrew word for ‘walk’ that is used in the text of Gen. 6:9 – after I began learning Hebrew I caught this in the text. It just did not hit me then as it does now.

  2. Abby’s hot chocolate story reminded me of a similar experience. When I got home from shopping at Walmart I discovered that I had failed to pay for a carton of eggs. On my next trip to Walmart a few days later I attempted to pay for the eggs. No one would take my money. There was no mechanism within their system to take payment for an unscanned item. I eventually went through the self-check aisle with a carton of eggs, paid for them, and then took them back to the display. It’s interesting that companies have all sorts of processes to deal with dishonesty and theft but none for honesty.

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