Rachel Weber Leshaw leads us through the system of tithing produce detailed in masekhet Ma'asrot, exploring the right time to snack, and the importance of judging cases individually.
Rachel Weber Leshaw lives in Jerusalem where she teaches Talmud and halachah. She is a graduate of Nishmat's Keren Ariel Yoetzet Halachah training programme, as well as Yeshiva University's Graduate Programme in Advanced Talmudic Studies. She has taught Torah in various educational institutions in Israel, as well as in Houston, Texas, and Princeton University's Center for Jewish Life. She and her husband David are the parents of Josh and Annaelle, who will start learning mishnah pretty soon.
This #YourTorah episode is dedicated by Rachel Weber Leshaw in honour of her grandmothers, Paula Weber and Sabina Shmidman, who inspire her with their commitment to lifelong Torah learning and dedication to family.