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The 7 Commandments in G-d’s Moral Code for Mankind


Noah and his childrenThe Noahide (or Noachide) moral code of Seven Universal Commandments was given to Noah and his children after the Flood. It assured them that humanity would never degenerate into a jungle again. It prohibits (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 it also includes a requirement (7) for societies to establish courts of justice. The details included in these fundamental commandments provide the guidelines for truly ethical behavior.

Make the world into a beautiful gemThis Divine Code is the foundation of all true morality. Ask Noah teaches about these eternal commandments in the light of their sources in the Torah of Moses, along with insights about the nature of creation and the important roles of all people as individuals and members of society. By fulfilling our potential within the context of this covenant, the spiritual goal for the creation is reached. This is how the world becomes a beautiful gem. where G-d will dwell with us in a revealed way!

These 7 Goals will uplift your life and those around you:
        • Increasing your knowledge of the One True G-d.
        • Respecting:
          • G-d’s holy Name
          • The sanctity of all human life
          • Relationships in the traditional family
          • The property of other people
          • All living creatures.
        • Upholding righteousness in your judicial system.


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A Thought that Counts:

The Light of TorahFrom the entry in HaYom Yom for 19th of Shevat:

“In the words of Rambam [Maimonides], ‘To know that there is a First Being, Who caused the existence of all beings... The knowledge of this principle is a positive command…’* This is a command relating to mind and intellect… It is the duty of the mind and intellect to bring this faith to a level of knowledge and comprehension. This is the meaning of, “To know that there is a First Being;” the command specifies comprehension and intellectual grasp, as written in the Torah… “know this day [and consider it in your heart, that the L-rd, He is G-d in Heaven above, and upon the earth below; there is none else.” (Deut. 4:39)

*Mishneh Torah, Foundations of the Torah 1:1.


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