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Published on Aug 24, 2012

Jewish rabbis teach that the Hebrew Alef-Beit is of Divine origin. If this is true and the Hebrew alef-beit is not the convention of man but of Divine origin, it would make sense for the language and its letters to convey important spiritual and moral principles not found in any other language or language symbol. A group of Jewish children saw this in the form, shape, and names of the Hebrew letters and in an important Talmudic passage known as Shabbat 104A, they share with us their wisdom, insight, and impressions.
In our book, "Picture It: Shabbat 104A for Kids", we communicate their ideas in pictorial form and in a fun manner.

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