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Content of Their Character: Anavah (Humility)

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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...

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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. 

Content of their Character: Anahav focuses on

  • Being humble is a core Jewish virtue.
  • staying humble is a lifelong task.
  • Moses was one of the great biblical exemplars of Jewish humility.
  • hillel was one of the great rabbinic exemplars of Jewish humility.
  • The Hineni prayer on Yom Kippur is a perfect example of humility in the liturgy.
  • humility is a balancing act. it is not having low self-esteem; it is not the absence of ego, but rather a moderation of the

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

  1. Anavah: Humility
  2. Derekh Eretz
  3. Erekh Apayim: Slow To Anger
  4. Hevruta: Friendship
  5. Habed et Avikha v'et Imekha: Honoring Parents
  6. Pikuah Nefesh
  7. Rodef Shalom
  8. Shmirat ha-Lashon
  9. Tikkun Olam
  10. Tokhehah: Rebuke
  11. T'shuvah
  12. Tza'ar Ba'alei Hayyim: Being Kind to Animals
  13. Tzedakah
  14. V'Ahavta L'Re'ekha K'Mokha: Love your Neighbor as Yourself
SKU: 17260