Introducing the Organic Torah Translation Series

Contributed by the Organic Torah Team

This year, starting in September, Rabbi Margalit or another Organic Torah teacher will write a monthly translation, summary, and commentary on a short section of spiritual Torah. Most often, it will be from the book Derekh HaMelekh, by Rabbi Kalonymus Kalman Shapira (The Piazetzner Rebbe) (1889 – 1943). This first one is free for everyone, but starting in September, these translations will be offered to Organic Torah members. We’ll also have periodic members’ webinars, an online discussion forum, members’ discounts on Organic Torah classes and workshops, and more. So, please join us and become part of this growing community!

To read a full summary of Rabbi Kalonymus Kalman Shapira (The Piazetzner Rebbe) Sefer Derekh HaMelekh – Shabbat Hazon תרצ”ו (1936), visit: http://organictorah.org/introducing-the-organic-torah-translation-series/

Also, Organic Torah just launched a new resource catalog where you can buy audio and video recordings of our best learning resources. We currently offer an online class and flagship webinar series. To get you started, the first session of both series is free.

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    September 29 @ 6:20 pm - October 1 @ 7:30 pm
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    October 8 @ 6:20 pm - October 9 @ 7:30 pm
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    November 10
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