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Content of Their Character: Rodef Shalom (Pursuing Peace)

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17259
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  • Grades: 6-Adult      Content of Their Character lessons offer students a definition and text study of Jewish values with practical applications. Each of these lesson folders contains material for three to four forty-five-minute classroom sessions.

    The Jewish concept of shalom has little to do with the barren notion of peace as simply the absence of war, as though warfare is something positive and peace its negation. Rather, the idea behind shalom is shelmut or “wholeness.” It is an active and creative principle, demanding, continuing and self-renewing.

      *When you purchase this lesson you will be provided with a link to download the lesson. Make as many copies of this lesson as you need for your school and only your school. Materials that are downloaded are not returnable. Teacher guide is not included.

      There are Content of Their Character lessons on the following topics.

      Anavah: Humility
      Derekh Eretz
      Erekh Apayim: Slow To Anger
      Hevruta: Friendship
      Habed et Avikha v'et Imekha: Honoring Parents
      Pikuah Nefesh
      Rodef Shalom
      Shmirat ha-Lashon
      Tikkun Olam
      Tokhehah: Rebuke
      T'shuvah
      Tza'ar Ba'alei Hayyim: Being Kind to Animals
      Tzedakah
      V'Ahavta L'Re'ekha K'Mokha: Love your Neighbor as Yourself



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      SKU Quantity
      Content of Their Character: Anavah (Humility)
      Content of Their Character: Anavah (Humility)
      17260
      Content of Their Character: Hevruta (Friendship)
      Content of Their Character: Hevruta (Friendship)
      17258
      Content of Their Character: Rodef Shalom (Pursuing Peace)
      Content of Their Character: Rodef Shalom (Pursuing Peace)
      17259
      Content of Their Character: Tokhehah-Rebuke
      Content of Their Character: Tokhehah-Rebuke
      17261
      Content of Their Character: Tzedakah (Righteous Giving)
      Content of Their Character: Tzedakah (Righteous Giving)
      17254
      SKU Quantity
      Content of Their Character: Derekh Eretz
      Content of Their Character: Derekh Eretz
      17263
      Content of Their Character: Habed et Avikha v'et Imekha (Honoring Parents)
      Content of Their Character: Habed et Avikha v'et Imekha (Honoring Parents)
      17255
      Content of Their Character: Shmirat ha-Lashon (Ethics of Language)
      Content of Their Character: Shmirat ha-Lashon (Ethics of Language)
      17256
      Content of Their Character: T'shuvah (Repentance)
      Content of Their Character: T'shuvah (Repentance)
      17253
      Content of Their Character: V'Ahavta L'Re'ekha V'Mokha (Love Your Neighbor as Yourself)
      Content of Their Character: V'Ahavta L'Re'ekha V'Mokha (Love Your Neighbor as Yourself)
      17252
      SKU Quantity
      Content of Their Character: Erekh Apayim (Slow to Anger)
      Content of Their Character: Erekh Apayim (Slow to Anger)
      17251
      Content of Their Character: Pikuah Nefesh (When LIfe is at Stake)
      Content of Their Character: Pikuah Nefesh (When LIfe is at Stake)
      17264
      Content of Their Character: Tikun Olam (Repairing the World)
      Content of Their Character: Tikun Olam (Repairing the World)
      17262
      Content of Their Character: Tz'ar Ba'alei Hayim ( Being Kind to Animals)
      Content of Their Character: Tz'ar Ba'alei Hayim ( Being Kind to Animals)
      17257
      Content of Their Character: Teacher's Guide
      Content of Their Character: Teacher's Guide
      17266