Palshah Communication Principles

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What did this portion in the Parshah teach me? It taught me wherever you are, whether alone or with hundreds of people, you must have principles to follow. When the Israelites left Egypt they were not organized. Before having time to do so, while still in the desert, they were being attacked by other populaces. Before also having time to get organized through their own fundamental principles, they had to invest in defending themselves and the first action that they took was to create an army.

This reminds me of wars throughout history and today, but why do we fight? Verbal fights can happen in a household when not everyone agrees on a same topic and physical ones could be between two countries because violence is usually the first action …show more content…

For me, friendship is a very important principle. Therefore, I am willing to forget the reason I was mad and ask and accept forgiveness. This is not always an easy thing to do, but I realize that the more I grow up, the more following my own principles becomes important. Thinking about what the other person means to me, if they're someone I want to keep in my life, asking myself whether staying angry or forgiving them is worth it or not, are principles that help me …show more content…

Because their father's name shouldn't be eliminated from their family because he had no son. This feminist concept is a first. The land was being apportioned between families and given only to sons. But these daughters wanted to have justice and equality since they didn't get any piece of land. This could be compared to the difference in pay between women and men today. On average, a woman earns 79 cents for every dollar a man earns, and we are still fighting for our right of equality and so equal

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