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Sefer Torah

The Sefer Torah is the most precious article in Jewish life. It is what conect us with G-d and it is the source from which we derive Divine instruction for our daily life. It is prefectly intact just as we received it some 3,500 years ago.

In accordance with tradition the first presentation was shown to Moshe by G-d "Written in black fire over white fire". Moshe transcribed from that Torah of fire while G-d dictated the words. This very Torah was placed in the Holy Ark and twelve additional Torah Scrolls were gifted to each of the tribes.

From these original scrolls, additional Torahs were transcribed in precise detail. Even the letters were identical in appearance. Indeed each and every feature was prescribed by G-d. Thus the chain of Torah remained unbroken from the time it was given to us at Sinai.

Along the 3,516 years of Jewish history, no one of the Torah's 304,805 lleters has ever been changed and a Sefer Torah that exist in New York is exactly the same that exist in Japan. The words we read in synagogue today are exactly those recorded by Moses. Our Sages have thaught that every Jew has a letter in the Torah which corresponds to his or her soul and spiritual identity. Just as each letter is an essential part of the Torah, so too each and every Jew is of utmost importance and constitutes an essential and integral part of K'lal Israel ( Jewish People ).

The very last mitzvah in the Torah is to write a Torah Scroll. By endowing a letter, word, sentence for yourself, your children, family members or friends, it is as if you have written your own Torah Scroll.

Mitzvah On Every Jew

It is a mitzvah(positive commandment) for every Jew to write for himself a Sefer Torah as it is said: "And now write for you this song and from tradition our Sages received the explanation of this verse: to write the whole Torah were the song is written. Even if one inherited a Sefer Torah from his father, still he is commanded to write one for himself. If he hired a Sofer(Certified Scribe) to write a Sefer Torah for him or if he fixed the Sefer Torah considered as if he wrote it by himself.


We are intructed to render great honor to the Sefer Torah. And it is a Mitzvah to designate for the Sefer Torah an specific place, to clean this place a beautify it as posible. One who sees a person carring a Sefer Torah needs to stand up before it until the Sefer Torah is put back in it place or until he doesn't see it anymore. And by the Beit Hakneset (Synagogue) when the Sefer Torah is taken out and returned, it is a Mitzvah for all those who the Sefer Torah pass by to go along with it until its place.

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