Apple to Apples: From Adam & Eve to Steve Jobs

A short, inspiring Tu B’Shvat video.

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Aish HaTorah is an international network of Jewish educational centers, where Jews from all backgrounds can explore their heritage in an open, non-judgmental atmosphere. Aish HaTorah operates programs in over 100 cities on 5 continents. Our World Center is located in Jerusalem, directly opposite the Western Wall.

Our goal is to re-ignite Jewish pride by teaching Jews about their heritage and its contribution to humanity. Aish's educational programs are based on the following principles:

  • Torah teaches us how to maximize our pleasure and potential in life.
  • Jewish belief needs to be built upon a rational foundation, not a leap of faith.
  • Judaism is a journey where every step counts. It's not all-or-nothing.

Comments (2)

(2) Chaim, January 30, 2018 10:12 PM

The APPLE is even more awesome - if…

If you cut an apple horizontally across its mid section you could see Hashem's signature hidden in it!!!
YUD - HEY - VOV - HEY -- Hashem's name numerically 10-5-6-5, is revealed.
Here's how:
Looking at the horizontally cut apple you will first notice that there is a 5 point star in the center which contains in it its seeds (HEY one).
Around the star you will notice 10 dots that surround the star (YUD).
Turn the apple upside down and you will notice 5 small leafs in the center index (HEY two).
And finally the stem is in the shape of a "VOV" = 6.
Hashem can be found everywhere - we just need to know how to find Him!:)

(1) Alaine Apap Bologna, January 28, 2018 6:02 PM


If everybody was as enthusiastic, the world would definitely be a better place.


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