Emulate the great Sephardi Torah scholar, Rabbi Ezra Attiyah, and always set aside time for serious Torah study.

For those exploring Jewish study who feel overwhelmed by the breath of its laws and the vastness of the Torah and its commentaries, there is an incredibly helpful lesson that is shared by Rabbi Yishmael the son of Rabbi Yossi in the fifth Mishna of the fourth chapter of Pirkei Avot, Ethics of the Fathers. He taught that a person who studies Torah in order to practice and thereby live an uplifted Jewish life, will merit the means to study and to teach, to observe and to practice. To learn more and broaden your ethical horizons, print out the fourth chapter of Ethics of the Fathers this afternoon and join thousands of fellow Jews around the globe who will be enjoying an uplifting experience and inspired discussions this Shabbat.