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7 Universal Commandments
for all mankind
The Noahide Code of 7 Divine Commandments was given to Noah and his children after the flood. These commandments would assure Noah and his children, the pioneers of the new human race, that humanity would not degenerate into a jungle again. The laws prohibit (1) idolatry, (2) blasphemy, (3) homicide, (4) forbidden relations, (5) robbery, and (6) eating meat that was taken from a still-living animal (cruelty to animals), and require (7) establishment of courts of justice. The precepts included in these commandments provide the guidelines for truly moral behavior, as the Divine Code that is the foundation of all true morality.
We are dedicated to teaching about these commandments in the light of Torah, with insights on the nature of creation, and our important roles as individuals and community members. When we fulfill our potential within the context of this Divine covenant, the creation is elevated to reach its intended goal. This makes the world into a beautiful gem – a place where G-d can (and will) dwell!
You can be a beacon of light to dispel the darkness. Learn, live, and reach out to others with acts of goodness and kindness.
7 Positive Goals that will Uplift Your Life:
- Knowledge of the One True G-d
- Respect G-d’s Holy Name
- Respect the Sanctity of Human Life
- Respect the Traditional Family
- Respect the Property of Others
- Respect All Creatures
- Establish a Righteous Judicial System
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The Noahide Daily Dose for 8 Tammuz 5773 / 16 June ’13
From the entry for 8 Tammuz in the book HaYom Yom (Day by Day; collected teachings from Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn of Lubavitch):
We find that G-d’s love for the Patriarch Abraham was mainly because “… he will command (“yetzaveh” in Hebrew) his children and his household.” (Genesis 18:19). “Yetzaveh” here [also] connotes “bring into a connection (with G-d).” All of Abraham’s towering Divine service in the tests to which he was subjected cannot be compared to his commanding others and bringing them into connection [with G-d, through rejection of idolatry and observance of the 7 Noahide Commandments], i.e. to his bringing merit to others [all of whom were all Gentiles].
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