- from Ancient Hebrews
Judaism has seen hard times and good times. It has stayed alive for more than 3,000 years. Jews today still honor the teachings of Abraham and Moses.
Those teachings have joined with the lessons of prophets and rabbis. Together, they make up a system of Jewish laws and beliefs. These rules push Jews to live a proper life. It’s not just about going to Temple. It means being honest, fair, and honorable, like the Torah says. This strong faith also teaches Jews to honor their history. They remember the past with holy days, celebrations, and traditions.