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 For this week's #TextTuesday we bring you another verse which you could call: 'Hadracha 101 - Never lose your temper' Why not? Because after years of leading the Israelites through the desert, Moses' punishment for losing his cool was being forbidden from entering the land of Israel. Think this discipline structure is a bit harsh? Think there should be more of a conversation around discipline as opposed to punishments? Grab a friend, grab a relative, grab a welfare office, and enjoy studying this week's #TextTuesday !
 #SHNATTHURSDAY We asked Miriam 'Mim' Mason (Shnat Livluv) about how Shnat Netzer has continued to impact her life... If you've been on Shnat Netzer then we want to hear how it's impacted YOU. Post on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram with #shnatthursday to join the fun!!
 MAZEL TOV to our new madrichim! You have worked so hard over the past year on Course Hadracha and we know you will be amazing this summer! B'Hatzlacha and we can't wait to see you lead!
 This week's #TextTuesday explores one of the most timeless verses in the Torah. Beha'alotcha, this week's parsha, explores the concept of praying to God for healing loved ones, or even yourself. Apt in biblical times, and just as apt in 2017! So grab a friend, get controversial, and get learning x
 How to cool down on a hot summers day...RSY-Netzer loves San Pellegrino #ad #lol #strudelcafe
 Shalom party people. Not only is it time for #texttuesday but it's also just a few hours until THE FESTIVAL OF STUDY- SHAVUOT! Check out these glorious few verses from parshat Nasso, study it with your pals, and then enjoy yourselves a BIG NIGHT of study. Chag Sameach.